Musk Duck display?

Subject: Musk Duck display?
From: Bill & Raelene <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2014 12:25:58 +1100
Phillip has made the point that display may not necessarily lead to breeding. In the past 3 years (at Yerrabi Pond)I have seen a male Musk Duck displaying with a female twice. The first was an extravagant series of gyrations while the second was a half-hearted wattle bobbing and tail fanning. Neither led to observable breeding so I did not record di for either.

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