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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Limbhanger66, Jan 23, 2008.
I saw this on another site and thought you guys would like to see it.
What a neat looking bird. Thanks for sharing.
Cool looking bird, I bet that was a treat when you picked him up!
Mallards will "F" anything :
yes they will you should see the pic of the mallard and my leg crossed, just as bad at that as a labrador. ;D ;D
That isnt me, I just found it on another site.
There was a pair of these mounted on the front of one of the taxidermy magazines sum yrs back..
Taxidermy Today I believe..Neat looking birds..even neater if they are from the wild & not captive raised..
This has been posted before, but it's pretty cool.
Here is mine that I shot in SD in December of 2005
nice lookin duck johnson..
them are some cool crosses, i cant even get a nice pintail let alone a cross...
Was this one done by Terry?
If I may reword what you posted....
Mallards will "R"ape anything :
I wonder if all the wild Mallard_X_AnyDuck are analyzed then most will end up having Mallard fathers and no Mallard mothers. Mallard drakes are just unbelievably frisky as Tiger Woods.
They have just about wiped out the pure Pacific Black Ducks of New Zealand and I believe in the next couple of decades our North American Black Ducks will also be hybridized by them completely.
Jan-Feb 2006 there is a trio of pintail hybrids ...but not with mallards
anyway that's a nice bird, a trophy for life
D- Shane did that one too!
That is a nice looking bird. Blue Winged Teal are pretty frisky too, I have a BWT drake that is chasing around a wood duck hen right now and they act like a mated pair. Of course she is still getting raped by the other wood duck drakes in the pen so who knows if I will get any hybrids.
You can bet that if you get a cross,we know who will get first choice.LOL
I've got one like that in my pen now, (actually not exactly like that, he tore out a big clump of his breast feathers) I was going to put him down but when I caught him I saw he messes up his breast, so now I have to feed him a whole nother year.