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Mallards cause some concern during the breeding season when males violently assault females.
One of the early Duck Commander videos ("Duckmen 4") showed a blonde mallard hen that was bagged.
It really started off not to be such a big idea," said organizer Boyd Wright, an eyewitness to the Mallard Masters genesis.
Future research should attempt to collaborate with efforts in other regions to thoroughly examine age related differences across breeding areas and improve our understanding of mallard breeding ecology.
Although he described himself as a "calligrapher, cosmographer and mathematician," (5) Mallard is best known as a poet, and for his work as an illustrator and miniaturist.
Because of this concern, DEC will initiate a detailed study of black duck and mallard wintering ecology in the Finger Lakes region this winter.
Among humans, broadly neutralizing antibodies within HA groups targeting conserved regions in the HA stalk have been described (9), and if present in samples from mallards, these could contribute to cross-neutralizations.
Elsewhere in Reyes's practice, Mallard provides a more oblique material reference: that chummy emblem of Mexican modernism, the Acapulco chair.
Concord Hospitality Enterprises has named Heather Mallard the company's first senior vice president/general counsel.
The Mallard Slough intake channel is 40 feet wide and 3,000 feet long and was acquired by CCWD in 1961 to draw water from Suisun Bay to the Mallard Slough Pump Station in Bay Point.
Moro peasant Kalim Mindos said he realized the high commercial value of Mallard ducks when he and his neighbors received pairs of the fowl specie distributed last month by employees of Maguindanao Governor Esmael "Toto" Mangudadatu.
Gresley, who was brought up in Derbyshire and died, aged 64, in 1941, created the Mallard to gain the edge over his Nazi rivals, after travelling as a guest on record breaking steam attempts by the Germans, who often included high ranking SS or Nazi Party leaders, including rail enthusiast Herman Goering.