In the woods: Spring means ducks

by Apr 30, 2016Adventures in the Woods, Hunting in Maine

In the woods: Spring means ducks

Each year, a pair of Mallard ducks land in the pond. Most of the time, they leave after a week or so but this year, they seem to be staying around.  We are hoping for some ducklings later on this spring.

Female Mallard sits on a potential nest while the male looks on
Male and female Mallard
Male Mallard duck

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  1. nice post

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