2013/01/12

Vit gräsand - White mallard drake

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Vit gräsand - White mallard drake
NF Photo 130110

I have been wondering about this bird. Now I was able to get shots where you can see the curved, tail, feathers. So, this has to be a drake. And with no color it also has to be an albino.

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10 comments:

  1. A great capture of an elegant-looking bird.

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  2. The white mallard is beautiful. Great shot!

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  3. This is the first time I have seen an Albino Mallard. Wow, he's pretty awesome.

    We have regular Mallards in our pond and you are correct about the tail feathers being curled...he's a male!!

    This is a rare find and a great shot! Thanks for sharing with us and happy week ahead I hope!

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  4. He is quite a beauty. His eyes especially are intriguing with the lack of any color but beautiful just the same. Never seen an albino bird before. Great capture!

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  5. I've not heard of a 'white' mallard before. This is a whole new treat for me this time. You continue to amaze me with your photos.

    Thanks for linking up this week at the Bird D'Pot. Your post is a remarkable addition for all.

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  6. Kjempeflott bilde, meget skarpt og med flotte farger!

    Jeg har aldri sett en stær uten prikker.
    Finnes de i Sverige?

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  7. Woow ..en albino? jisses så vacker den är :)
    kram :)

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  8. Fascinating!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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