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Thanks everyone for your help with this.ive tried to get some better picture for you.also from what the seller tells me my drake is about 1 year old and my female is 5 months old approx.i tried to get some better pictures for you[IMG]
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Based on his size, his head and bill shape, I'd still say at least part Call.

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post #14 of 17
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Based on his size, his head and bill shape, I'd still say at least part Call.
thank you..so im thinking malard/call duck with maybe another one thrown in there...he does talk quite a bit..and when i talk back to him he quiets up and looks at me and appears to listen before responding..lol
post #15 of 17

Please scroll down and take a look at the black Call drake.

 

http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/Ducks/Calls/BRKCalls.html

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Please scroll down and take a look at the black Call drake.

http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/Ducks/Calls/BRKCalls.html
i think you hit the nail on the head..he looks just like the chocolate call drake a few picks down from the black call drake...and as i said before he is fairly talkative"only further supporting your theory".i might say case closed..mallard female and chocolate call drake.oh the adventures we will have . thanks agin
post #17 of 17

Your male duck looks like he's a call or part call. The other duck looks like a mallard.

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