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Category Archives: ducks
I have called her that because I have only ever known one Geraldine in my life, and this little beauty is a one off. If anyone knows what she is, I’d be grateful for your input. Hubby thinks she is … Continue reading
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Hubby and I walked the dog round the park this afternoon, taking the last two slices of an old loaf for the ducks. We were extremely popular as the water has frozen over again, and Hubby…
We all have days like these, when we seem to stare into space but see nothing. Hubby asked me if I was OK and I said I was fine, just feeling a little ‘detached’. We had a few games of … Continue reading
We’ve had a social day today, from a distance of course, starting off with elevenses on the drive with our neighbour. The neighbour whose wife died at Easter was walking past so we invited him to join us and spent … Continue reading
As we can’t get to the park to see the ducks, the ducks came to see us. We had three on our lawn this afternoon, all looking expectantly up at the kitchen window. We had such visitors the first year … Continue reading
We have just got back from a walk in the park and I took these with my Nikon A10. Enjoy! There were 8 at first and then swimming frantically to catch up came two more. I cropped this one as … Continue reading
We’ve just got back from a walk in the park. Enjoy. This proud momma had fourteen babies.
We have just got back from a walk in the park and seen the first brood of 2020 ducklings! Mum was proudly escorting seven babies towards the island, but the problem is the water level is so low, they can’t … Continue reading
We walked Maggie in the park this afternoon taking along a large bag of seed confident that the geese had flown off for the day and we could have some peace and quiet feeding the ducks. WRONG. Although we had … Continue reading