Mallard ducks are very common throughout North America and throughout the world. This Mallard duck has a sea blue head and a yellow beak that looks radiant in the light. Mallard ducks have a diet that is 90% vegetarian, consisting mainly of seeds of grasses, aquatic vegetation, and snails or insects. Wherever Mallards are located, they are most likely found on shallow bodies of fresh water, on lakes, marshes and even flooded fields. This unique walking cane is made with a resin material that molds the ducks face to life. The black shaft is made of a strong beechwood and the top has a stylish brass ring collar. A great walking cane for anyone who loves hunting or the outdoors. Just click-on the tab below the picture for a closer look.
- Comes with complimentary high-quality 18mm rubber tip
- Clear coat to protect the wood
- Great for a gift or a bird lover
The Tip size on this cane is 18mm. This canes comes with a tip installed.
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- Max User Weight 180 Pounds
- Max Size 36 Inches
- Max User Height 5'11" Approx.
- Tip Size 18mm
- The Tip size on this cane is 18mm. This cane comes with a tip installed. If you need additional tips please go Here.
This Cane is designed for users that weigh up to 180lbs.
and up to 5'11"in Height.
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Cane Sizing Information
The "Standard Size"for this cane is "36 Inches". This is the maximum length that this cane can be sold.
The Approximate Maximum User Height for this cane is 5'11".
- CWCharles W.Verified BuyerI recommend this productHeight (inches) 6' 1"Product Standouts Quality, Design, Easy to Use, CompatibleRated 5 stars1 year agoLittle Blue Duck, as Compared to my Long Lived Little Brown Duck who is currently in rehab.
Wow! A Blue Mallard Duck to complement my Long Lived Little Brown Duck.
That's just Too Much for a Duck to Bear.!
- LKLOWELL K.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoAll my collection of cane are getting along just fine, so far ! ! !
The cane body was the right length, smooth and black in color - - The beautiful Blue Mallard Duck was very slightly undernourished - - This was probably due to the travel time - - Have been given water and nourishment and now is doing very well - - It understands that another duck may be on the way shortly - - All is Well - - Thanks !