The Wild Ducks in Springtime

13 Sep

There’s been an increase in the visibility of all birds in the local park since Spring has been in the air. From Cockatoos and Crimson Rosellas right through to water-birds such as Cormorants: all have been making their presence felt.

I’m glad to say that ducks have not been an exception to this rule. Most days now I see a pair (sometimes more). One of their favourite haunts is the shoreline, where they scour the area for food.

Please see Margaret’s Classic Posts for the photo. Although I’ve deleted a number of posts, I still haven’t got enough download… Sorry!

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2 Responses to “The Wild Ducks in Springtime”

  1. davidprosser September 13, 2015 at 6:25 am #

    Poor little ducks look a bit lost in the picture though I suppose they may be glad of the lack of competition for food at the shoreline there. I hope they find plenty there. So difficult to get my head round you heading for Spring while we face Autumn.
    xxx Huge Hugs Margaret xxx

    • Margaret Lynette Sharp September 13, 2015 at 8:10 am #

      Sometimes there’s a heron or two around, and I guess the ducks prefer to be alone… Likewise, sea-gulls are a menace to them.
      xxx Gigantic Hugs David xxx

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