These beautiful birds have a striking appearance with wonderful black heads, white bibs and a lovely light blue body. Their blue colour apparently makes it difficult for predators to see them but in reality these ducks stand out beautifully in any garden.


They have a calm disposition and are active foragers. They are quite a noisy breed. The females have a loud yelling type quack, whereas the males have a low pitched tone but can raise the loudness of their quack to rival the females.


Although Blue is the only standardized colour - the Swedish will always produce a certain percentage of black and silver offspring.

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- An Omleteer, 09 July 2009

I had swedish blue drake and duck they were really nice but i went out one morning two feed my 18 ducks and my wee brother is 6 and he is made counting the ducks. he only counted 17 ducks so then i counting 17 ducks to i could not find blue my swedish blue drake he put his head throuth the wire that keeps them sepreat from the hens the dreake pulled his neke so now the duck is the age to breed and i wish to had baby ducklings i think you should chews this breed because they are kind and friendly.


Breeders Clubs for Swedishs

British Waterfowl Association

E-mail: info@waterfowl.org.uk

Website: www.waterfowl.org.uk

Tel: 01892 740212

Domestic Waterfowl Club

E-mail: hatcher579@btinternet.com

Website: www.domestic-waterfowl.co.uk/

Tel: 01488 638014

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