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9 hours ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Either the gray is overexposed, showing more white, or the bird is partially leucistic, or it has some domestic genes. The 'brown' is typical of alternate plumaged Mallards.

I thought about overexposed but nothing else is besides the male's back.  Other than the color, the GISS is regular Mallard to my untrained eye. 

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