The Incredible Chick-duck
The incredible chick-duck was hatched by a mallard, imprinted on 4 incubator hatched mallards, and then, when they were playing a little too rough for him, and his nest mates were separated from their mama, bunked in with even more mallards.
Now, chick-duck has a little size disadvantage compared to the other ducks. The others are nearly full grown, and showing some nice coloring of their speculum, or wing patch.
The blue main color of the mallard wing patch has a black bar bordered by a white bar, which is distinctive of the breed. The chick duck is at least half Barred Rock Chicken. Here is his daddy: