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Uploaded by: WeatherWise

Monday September 16, 2013

Orlando, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This one was different from others - There were a pair of them. I would see them each time I took a walk around the lake.

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Artist: ShirleyWilborne

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4. WeatherWise
10:32 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Thanks! Yes, two WU friends agree that it
is known as a Muscovy Ducks that have been
introduced in a few areas of the US. My
photo was taken near a lake in Orlando,
Florida area.
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3. Glaswegian
9:32 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Strange bird! Maybe it's some kind of hybrid! Has anyone identified it for you Shirley?
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2. ChrisAnthemum
6:20 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Yep, a Muscovy -- we had one that had escaped from somewhere hanging around our place for awhile some years back. The wattling is a dead giveaway. They also have a crest they can lift, makes them look like Chief Joseph.
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1. YouKnowWho
6:17 PM GMT on October 06, 2013
Great capture of what I believe is a Muscovy Duck!
From wiki:
A large duck native to Mexico, Central, and South America. Small wild and feral breeding populations have established themselves in the United States, particularly in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas, as well as in many other parts of North America, including southern Canada. Feral Muscovy Ducks are found in New Zealand and have also been reported in parts of Europe.
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