Australian Spotted Ducks

Australian Spotted Ducks


The name Australian Spotted Ducks is one of the few breeds of domesticated ducks that originated in the United States.

John C. Kriner and Stanley Mason of Pennsylvania developed this breed by crossbreeding Mallards, Pintails, and various Australian wild ducks for several years before selecting the desired specimens.

The first exhibit of the Australian Spotted Duck occurred in 1928.

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