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Supposedly more common along the Rio Grande, but I see these everywhere in Houston and its suburbs. Not nearly a fraction as often as mallards, but still not all that rare. Figured it was a Muscovy because of the red skin around the eyes.
More of these in the park with varying feather patterns and coloring.
Lat: 29.72, Long: -95.39
Spotted on Nov 4, 2012
Submitted on Nov 4, 2012