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Tri-colored duck..........Do you have one?

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by lilchick, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. lilchick

    lilchick Songster

    May 23, 2008
    Williamsport In.
    Anyone have a duck that is tri-colored?
    I have a young muscovy male whose body is blue and white and his head is black....
    All the years I have raised them and this is the first one.......

  2. Goat_Walker

    Goat_Walker I Am THE Crazy Duck Lady

    Jul 9, 2008
    I dont have any ( wish I did ) but there are people on here with tri - color anconas as well as some mroe people with tri colored scovies.
  3. I have a tri colored swedish.. mostly gray (blue?), with a white bib, and a big black armband...
  4. 1lpoock

    1lpoock Spruce Creek Waterfowl

    Apr 20, 2009
    Sandusky, Ohio
    If you count a mandarin...haha, but no really I would like some tri colored anconas, they are so pretty
  5. eggybritches

    eggybritches Songster

    Sep 12, 2009
    Central Florida
    I have a brown runner with a gray head and a white band around his neck...
  6. Bleenie

    Bleenie Wyan-DO's

    I guess you could consider my Murphy tri-colored. he's going through some funky coloring right now since he's still young.

    he's a Blue fawn but SUPER light. blue/tan & white...here he is:

  7. thedoors5to1

    thedoors5to1 Songster

    Jun 12, 2009
    one, a grey runner.. (green head, white ring neck, greyish black body) his name is piper, although when he first got his colors i thought he was a girl.

  8. TK Poultry

    TK Poultry Songster

    May 25, 2009
    Greencastle, Indiana
    well then does my swede drake Jethro count he has a green head black body and a white bib!
  9. priss

    priss Songster

    Sep 13, 2009
    Isle of Wight
    Does my Rory count? She's black and white but on her butt she's got those lovely petrol coloured feathers that go green and blue and purple in the light.
  10. Don't get me started about my Silver Welsh Harlequins! Creamy white, teal blue, black, gray, shades of reddish brown and fawn, and of course the irridescent green head on the drake, even his rump shines green sometimes! That's why they call them harlequin!!

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