Identity crisis!!!

Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by wildlife drive-by, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. wildlife drive-by

    wildlife drive-by Fawn

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    babymaj had mentioned that half breed killed down aintry way on saturday... I got a good pic if you dont mind to give it a whirl. We thought maybe half crow half gu11???

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    THATS HIM ON THE FAR LEFT...
     
  2. Buckhorn Guide

    Buckhorn Guide 6 pointer

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    Its a dike hen thats takin male hormons. or the other may around:D

    glad its out of the gene pool.
     
  3. artcarney_agr

    artcarney_agr Banned

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    The predominant green stripe on the eye and brown chin makes me think it might be a cross of a mallard and a greenwing teal, but that seems impossible! That would be like a Great Dane crossbreeding with a chihuahua! :eek:

    What ever it is, it's a mutant!
     
  4. B.M. Barrelcooker

    B.M. Barrelcooker 12 pointer

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    looks kind of like the old riddler on the batman show.
     
  5. itallushrt

    itallushrt Banned

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    Getting a blumpkin
    It's a mallard x black. They all display the half green head predominant in that bird.
     
  6. itallushrt

    itallushrt Banned

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    Getting a blumpkin

    and as you said....DEY ON DA MOVE!
     
  7. Vaught-Farms

    Vaught-Farms Spike

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    its a bread duck... a duck that likes to eat bread a local parks mixed breed between a drake mallard and tame duck.
     
  8. Mallard and Black. Call it what you want for your limit.
     
  9. bcdh1

    bcdh1 12 pointer

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    If it ani'nt one or the other then it don't count as either or and is just one duck towards your limit. Glad to see you shoot first and then ask questions latter as some boys would. Phil always tells you to shoot first and then ask if we can eat it next. Either or your gun is up.
     
  10. Mikhunter

    Mikhunter Fawn

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    It might be an immature mallard drake. We shoot a lot of them in North Dakota every year and they looked very similar. We shoot a wide variety of ducks out there and more than 50% of the drakes are not in full plummage. Makes it real hard to tell the drakes from the hens.
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2009
  11. hcpwaterfowl

    hcpwaterfowl 6 pointer

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    i think is is mallard and widgeon.
     

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