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I think it is actually a SCOTER that had just gone out on a bender and ended
up far south from where he was suppose to be. While drunk, his little duck
buddies applied make-up, dye and hair gel to give him this odd hair doo and
markings.

I am adding it to my yearly list as SCOTER species.
Whatever scoter is decided upon by the powers that be, I will change it to
that for my COMAL list.

Have a good holiday weekend.

Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Mangile" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 9:10 PM
Subject: Re: Weird Duck PictureS


> Any change that the weird duck is a wood duck with a bad hair doo?
> Perhaps the molt is making this bird look quite rough and unusual?  Did
> it dive?  Did it behave differently?  What species did it associate with?
>
> Bob Mangile
> --
>
> Patrick Harrison wrote:
>
>>Josh has provided me with two additional photographs of the duck at
>>REDA...
>>
>>See here: http://mobirds.org/weirdduck.htm
>>
>>  _____
>>
>>
>>Patrick Harrison
>>Instructor, Computer Applications
>>Hannibal Public Schools
>>Hannibal, Missouri
>>
>>
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>>http://mobirds.org <http://mobirds.org/>
>>http://patrickdharrison.com <http://patrickdharrison.com/>
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