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Eggs or no eggs

I brought some different ducks today. These were a bit more careful, they didn’t dive straight into the water. They checked it out first from the side. 197 more words


An Unexpected Visitor

When I was working in our Greenbelt restoration site a few days ago, I was startled to see this bird staring at me. I walked closer to it so I could take its picture. 416 more words


Muscovy red for a gray day

I’m not complaining about the weather, but we have had a longer than usual string of gray, dreary days. This week’s photo offers a pop of color to go along with all that gray. 76 more words

Flourishing Tree


The Muscovy is easily identified by the caruncle, red in color, covering the cheeks, extending behind the eyes, and swollen at the root of the bill.   844 more words

19th Century Food

Baby Muscovy Ducks!

Lake Ella is Muscovy Duck “Central” in Tallahassee; there’s 20-30 pairs of this non-native duck at the lake. Muscovy Ducks are native to Central and South America. 64 more words


Another baby duck family in the neighborhood.

More muscovy baby ducks in my neighborhood pond.  This has been a busy spring with more duck families than I’ve ever seen in the 13 years we’ve lived here.   42 more words

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