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Minis and More Ducklings!!

While George was getting the back wiper replaced on our mini…I was out photographing the ducklings in the pond nearby.

But first I had to get a photo of this: 78 more words

General Photography

A Trip back to the Old Park

Hawrelak Park has been getting excavations in readiness for the World Triathlon Event in August of this year.. For a long time the lake was drained so the bulldozers could deepen the depth and you may remember that I was somewhat distressed over what would happen to the ducks and geese as there was no place for them to swim or nest. 285 more words

Photo Blog

Ducks Gone Wild!

When we entered Anderson Japanese Gardens today, the image above was what we saw. I know the ducks were feeding, but seeing their duck butts in the air, in unison, was very funny to me. 207 more words

Photography

Screaming birds and sleeping ducks.

The trail at Largo Central Park Nature Preserve has an osprey nest at the beginning of the boardwalk. You have to walk right underneath it to get out on the boardwalk but the platform was pretty high up. 356 more words

Bird Photography

Duck, Duck, Goose

Mallard ducks are supposed to be migratory, and they’re supposed to find new mates each year, but we have two that live down at the slough year-round, even when the other ones have gone, and I’m pretty sure they’re the same bonded pair. 92 more words

Photography

The Mallard Duck.

The Mallard Duck.

The common duck…the Mallard. Seen on ponds and rivers throughout the country. As familiar as pigeons and therefore mostly ignored except by children who always seem to find them delightful. 71 more words

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More fur and feather

In the short few days between taking these shots of our famous triplets – the top one was taken last evening –  you can see how fast they are developing their adolescent plumage from the fluffy down which recently adorned them. 281 more words