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It looks as though it could be a crossbreed between a comman white farm duck and a Mallard Drake. It has the greenish yellow bill of a Mallard and it also has that familiar curled tail feathers of a Mallard. They breed like this at a nearby lake where I live in Illinois. We call them the "Dollar General" ducks, (our joke), because they hang out in the store's parking lot and mooch popcorn.
Could have Duclair in it, but looks to have a lot of "Lavender"-color genes also. A domestic mutt either way.
Duclair duck... a cross breed mallardI am not sure though..
Spotted on Feb 24, 2012 Submitted on Mar 2, 2012