duck, duck, goose

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14 thoughts on “duck, duck, goose

    • Thanks so much for your appreciation and support. I don’t usually see groups except when they migrate or stay in this area in a mild winter. Richard

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    • Thanks for the support. I don’t usually see groups except when migrating or a mild winter like this, with open water. Richard

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  1. Gorgeous photographs. Reading through your comments, I’m surprised at how many people don’t have mallards near them. Guess I’m lucky to have grown up where they proliferate.

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