I’m reblogging this for today’s Flashback Friday.
We were on the boat when I wrote this but since moving here we have seen a lot more ducks and ducklings that have been documented on my blog, though this year, not many ducklings survived.
These are my pictures of the ducklings over the years we’ve been here
The other day, I said I didn’t know very much about ducks so I did a little bit of reading up on them courtesy of the RSPB website.
There is a saying ‘knowing the ins and outs of a duck’s bum’, which by definition means knowing the most intricate details of anything and being very inquisitive.
I would have thought it meant more of knowing which end to stuff, but moving on………….
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How sad; I hate to hear about ducklings not surviving. We live near a duck pond and we bring our granddaughter whenever we can. She loves all sorts of animals and this is a real treat for her. The only difficult part is keeping her out of the water! Lol!
Gulls and crows got most of them. I think there was only one brood that had survivors, 4 out of the original 16 from what I was told. No goslings at all this year.
Aww I love ducks! Thank you for sharing this duckumentary 😅🌈
You are most welcome. One of my favourite posts then.