Bolivia Postage of the Mallard Duck by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport

by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
(8502 East Chapman Avenue Suite 132 Orange, California 92869 USA)

Bolivia Mallard Postage Design by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport

Bolivia Mallard Postage Design by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport

Bolivia Mallard Postage Design by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
Argentina Mallard Postage Design by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
Canadian Mallard Postage Design by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
Mexico Mallard Postage Design by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport

President Morales; The Mallard was one of the many bird species originally described by Carl Linnaeus in the 18th. Century work, "Systema Naturae." "Mallard" is derived from the old French Mallart "Wild Drake" although its ultimate derivation is unclear. The Mallards appear to be closer to their Indo-Pacific relatives than to their American ones judging from biogeography. They may have evolved in the area of Siberia. The Mallard is a Medium-sized waterfowl species although is often slightly heavier than most ducks.


The size of the Mallard varies in different Countries, birds from Greenland, although larger than birds further south. The Mallard bird is widely distributed across North America and Southern Hemisphere through Alaska to Mexico. And the Mallard regularly strays into South America, Bolivia, and Argentina.

Therefore, I have created a "Mallard Duck" Postage for the Countries of Bolivia, Argentina, Canada, and Mexico and will be submitting those designs to the Postmaster General of each Country.

Rex Davenport
US Postage Designer
8502 East Chapman Avenue
Suite 132
Orange, California 92869
United States of America

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