Does anyone keep "Storm" wigeon?

Discussion in 'Ornamental Fowl (Swans, etc.)' started by Dr. Todd, Oct 5, 2011.

  1. Dr. Todd

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  2. waterdog

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    We keep the Blonde phase but I don't know of anyone who has the storm phase.
     
  3. Matapatos

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    From what I know, which isn't much, the Storm Wigeon isn't a phase, its coloring that is unique to that bird. They are not common enough to do research on whether or not Storm Wigeon have offspring with the same coloration. If there are some in captivity and this knowledge is to be had, I would love to know it too! But thats what I believe! Good luck and let us know if you find one! I would be interested in purchasing a pair if it works out...
     
  4. Mark HSV-AL

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    Lonnie boughie did have some, dont know if he still does.
     
  5. Recomachi

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    I just bought a storm wigeon the other week from s guy here in Mexico. So noe I'm looking for a female wigeon. He's a lot prettier than my other male..... at this point I have two males no female...
     
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  7. Recomachi

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    This is the photo the guy sent before I biught it. I'll get a better photo and post it.
     
  8. hawg boss

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    That is a awesome duck, I am interested in seeing more pics of it.
     
  9. Recomachi

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    Yea he is.... I'll post mpre pjptps soon
     
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