I saw that same bird on the Christmas Bird Count (that’s my patch) and took a 
couple of photos too. I judged it most likely to be a domestic, although I 
concede that it isn’t as chunky as most domestics seem to be. I’m interested to 
hear other opinions though.


Paul Anderson, VP of Engineering, GrammaTech, Inc.
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Sent: Saturday, January 25, 2020 3:18 PM
Subject: [External] - [cayugabirds-l] Photos of white duck now on Ebird

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On Jan 3 I tried to attach a link to the photos on the listserv but failed.  I 
have entered a checklist for the "Wegmans canal area" hotspot on Ebird.  If you 
click "view details' you will see my listing of "duck sp." with photos as the 
11th entry.
I only had my phone, no binoculars.  It looked like a pure white mallard.  Is 
this a domestic duck or an albino?
Thanks, Fred Kardon
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