BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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WOOD DUCKS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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There are many wood duck pairs at the lake this spring, it should be a good year for them. I was told that a wood duck had been seen entering a nest in a tree trunk whose previous tenant had been a woodpecker. It shouldn’t be too long before we see the first ducklings.

32 thoughts on “WOOD DUCKS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Aren’t they a handsome couple. 🙂 I saw my first wood ducks yesterday at a pond in Albany. I never see them here in the country, so I was surprised to see them in the middle of a city park!

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  2. They’re such a beautiful pair! Looking forward to seeing more the family this Spring.

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  3. Gorgeous shots, Belinda. I am surprised that a duck would go into a trunk of a tree to nest..(or whatever they were doing 😊)

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  4. Beautiful photos, Belinda!
    Dwight

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  5. I’ve never seen these in the wild, Belinda — thanks for the pics. (Guess I don’t hang out in the right spots.) Truly eye-catching.

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  6. They are beautiful, Belinda!

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  7. They are real beauties, Belinda. Their markings and colors are incredible.

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  8. They are so different from the Mallards. Beautiful ducks!

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  9. Beautiful! Nice catch of the shimmer on the female’s head. I hope you get to see some chicks soon.

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  10. Perfect ! Nothing better than chasing Wood Ducks 😀

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  11. Love these. I so want to get some Wood Duck shots one day!

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  12. The first photo is outstanding. These ducks are VERY photogenic!

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  13. They sure have great colours and designs.

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