I'm entering my boys' birds in their very first non-fair show ever and am unsure of the variety of Call ducks they hatched last year. Dad was a Gray (typical Mallard look), mom is a butterscotch (I THINK). She's a creamy, pale brownish, sort of mottled color - well, she's looks the color of homemade butterscotch, lol. Babies were - one gray female, and the two males grew up to look just like dad but without the green head. Their heads are a matte, dark charcoal gray. They are about 10 months old now. To me, a novice who is blind to the intricate differences, their bodies look pretty much like dad's (the gray). We entered them as Grays at the fair and asked the judge afterward if they were in fact grays (because they do NOT have the green head like dad) and he said Yes, they are grays with the explanation that young gray males don't get green heads until their second year. Is he right? I wonder because (sorry folks but...) some fair judges don't know much and I didn't know this judge from Adam. The show secretary is being very helpful and patient with me in helping me with the boys' entry but he needs the correct variety for the entry. CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT COLOR VARIETY THOSE MALE CALL DUCKS ARE? Because... ETA: It may be helpful to add that when we bought the mom and dad, that the breeder said the two of them could have 3 possible color variety of babies - gray, pastel, and ? something else.