What The Heck Kind of Duck Is this?

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by SilksterTN, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. SilksterTN

    SilksterTN Songster

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    Once upon a time, as part of chicken math, I purchased some ducklings. Yuh huh ducklings are lethally cute. So I just got some random birds. I realize it's a flaw having this crest but otherwise he's such a pretty bird. So I was wondering what kind of duck is he? [​IMG]

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  2. Amykins

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    Best guess? Rouen with the crested gene mutation.
     
  3. Spyderk117

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    Quote:X2
     
  4. SilksterTN

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    What would you say the other drake is?
    Thanks ya'll!
     

  5. Bills vs Beaks

    Bills vs Beaks Duck Obsessed Premium Member

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    Theres another drake? Which one? The brown duck?
    Another rouen perhaps?
     
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  6. GoldenFlight

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    From left to right: Pekin, Crested Rouen, and a Rouen drake.
     
  7. Bills vs Beaks

    Bills vs Beaks Duck Obsessed Premium Member

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    Its in eclipse though right? Which is funny coz the other one isnt...
     

  8. GoldenFlight

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    Yep, he is. Well, they all seem to do it at different times....:p
     
  9. SilksterTN

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    Yes, sorry the brown duck. What do you mean by in eclipse?
     

  10. GoldenFlight

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    That means he's not in his show plumage like the crested one.
     

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