When Do Male Mallards Get Their Coloring?

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Male mallard ducks usually begin to get their coloring at around 12 weeks of age. The coloring will often be a metallic green color on the head and a deep yellow bill. Female mallards are usually a mottled brown.
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Once the ducklings hatch, the male will change his plumage from breeding to non-breeding garb, which is similar to that of the brown female. This short period of change is called
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1. Look at the colors on the duck. In addition to its bright green head with a white ring, the male mallard is known for its colorful feathers and body parts. The male mallard duck
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The Mallard is probably the best-known and most recognizable of all ducks, is a migratory
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Yes, most likely. It depends, there are several ducks, that will molt again and again. Because female mallards will still be laying "late" eggs. There are allot of those
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