There are ducks and more ducks down by the bay, you can even find a goose or several. But today I’m just sharing some of my favourite duck photos.
Mallard ducks are numerous on the Bay of Quinte by the waterfront trail. There are huge flocks of them, small groups, pairs of them, and ducks with babies.
Take your pick as a huge group of ducks is called a badelynge, brace, flock, paddling, raft or team. This huge gathering was photographed a couple of winters ago by a bit of open water on the bay.
What fun to watch the ducks waddling on the ice and then swimming in the icy water, while we were all bundled up for winter.
I’d paddle in the water in the summer, but I wouldn’t want to scare the ducks away from foraging for food. Are those duck feed?
Splash, splash, I was taking a bath. No not me, the duck.
On a calm day this duck was playing “I’m the king of the castle” … with a reflection to make me even bigger. I’m sure he was soaking up some of the warmth from the sun too.
The ducks provide so many photo opportunities. I read somewhere that duck photos are the most popular shares on websites.
And who can resist taking photos of the adorable, fluffy little ducklings.
I’m sharing with ABC Wednesday. The letter of the week is D. D for ducks, specifically mallard ducks.
I’m also sharing with Wild Bird Wednesday, I’d Rather B Birdin’ and Saturday’s Critters.
lots more lens friends
birds in the garden … critters in the garden … water birds
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