Wood duck oddity

Subject: Wood duck oddity
From: "Michael Ramsey" <>
Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 12:43:12 +1000


    Hi Colin and others,

    I have also observed an oddly plumaged Wood Duck at Broadford in
    central Victoria. The bird I saw was a female that had white
    splashes on its head but the rest of the body was fawn and light
    grey rather than the usual colours. Other unusual plumaged
    waterfowl I have seen over the years have been a leucistic Pacific
    Black Duck and Pink-eared Duck.

    Michael Ramsey, Broadford.

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