Have you ever seen this duck before? It's called a blonde phased mallard. Not to be mistaken for an albino duck, this is a very rare find. At least that is what I am told. I got a tip from a buddy and sure enough it was there when we arrived. I'd be lying if I told you that I had to trek far and deep into the wilderness to find this pretty lady. Truth be told, she was hanging out in the park with a bunch of other feathered friends. Only difference was that she was as white as can be. I have also learned that this phase only occurs in the female, otherwise known as a hen. If you look closely you'll see that her eye has no red in it all. I'm no duck expert, but I believe albino critters typically have red eyes. So there you have it, now you can tell your friends you've seen a blonde duck. Cool Beans!