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|Species:||Duck (Mallard Most likely)|
|Hair color:||Brown, white and black (feathers)|
|Relatives:|| Baby Ducks (Sons)|
Andy (Eldest Son)
|Voiced by:||Janie Haddad|
|First appearance:||"A Bunch of Baby Ducks"|
|Latest appearance:||"Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special (cameo)"|
The Mother Duck is a minor character in Regular Show. She is the mother of the Baby Ducks that Mordecai and Rigby find in the episode "A Bunch of Baby Ducks". She can apparently speak. She left her children at the park fountain only to find that they were gone after she turned away for a brief moment. Later, she ended up calling Mordecai and Rigby to ask about her babies after seeing their ad, but when she arrived at the Park, Mordecai and Rigby said that they were taken by the Duck Collector. She offered Mordecai and Rigby a lift to help save them, but then got badly hurt after the Duck Collector hit her. She eventually managed to recover from her injury and fly away with her babies. She doesn't have any powers like her babies but she is abnormally strong, as she was able to fly with both Mordecai and Rigby riding on her back. She also seems to be nice from time to time. She was also prominently featured in the Cartoon Network game Winging It. She returns in A Bunch of Full Grown Geese, where she was annoyed and angry at Benson for not appreciating the fact that Mordecai, Rigby, and her babies saved the Park and possibly the world when they killed the geese, and for scolding her children.
She appears to be a brown feathered duck with an orange beak. She has a darker colored brown on the bottom of her wings. She also has short legs.