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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Outdoor Wednesday

Hard to believe this week is half gone already.  To enjoy the rest of it, let's go to
http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com

I am  not sure who these belong to, but about once a year they tend to roam the neighborhood.  Never seem to be afraid and stroll along like they own the place.




10 comments:

Ruth Hiebert said...

Just enjoy them while they are there.You have great pictures of them.

Nora said...

Hello, these photos of the ducks are lovely! They look very happy in your area. I went back and looked and looks like you have sorted out blogger issues as your blog looks great!

Adam said...

nice ducks

Jim said...

Great shots

Latane Barton said...

There must be water closeby. We have some ducks just like these that come to the pond across the road from my apartment. I love watching them.

Peggy Jones said...

Love to watch the ducks. We never have any in the neighborhood but just a few miles down the road from us in a huge beautiful lake filled with ducks. One our weather gets better I am heading down there for some photos.

Ann said...

They are just about their business!!!! Thanks for stopping by my ABC wed.
Ann

Ginny Hartzler said...

Mallards! Yes, we have them here. They stroll up to the yards and people feed them. It is usually two males and a female, and soon the fight begins! She will watch till she grows bored, then waddle away.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Those mallards do think they own your street don't they? Handsome ducks, such fun to watch. And we see them in urban areas too -- they seem to have adapted quite well. Michelle, over at the blog called Rambling Woods, posted a video of a mother duck and her babies who nest on a school grounds. The whole student body lines up to guide them down the corridor to a nearby pond. They say this happens ever year.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest LV.,
We both miss the female duck that came here for years in a row to breed and have her ducklings near our pond.
Such fun sights to see them develop; provided the hawks and Florida cooter or snapping turtle did not snatch them one by one away... Nature can be awfully cruel!
Hugs,
Mariette