SEEN ALONG THE TRAIL

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Dancing Duck

Wondering what was sitting on top of the duck nest in the middle of the bog, I walked a little closer, and this is what I saw, a lady mallard. At first she just seemed to be taking a siesta, but as I watched, she stirred, stood up, stretched, and performed a little dance routine. From the expression on her face, she must have been pretty satisfied with herself! Here’s a little slideshow of Momma Mallard in action:

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Thanks for stopping by today.
Carolyn aka Skip

2 Responses to “Dancing Duck”

    • carolyn220

      I was smiling as I snapped the pictures. Fortunately there was a handy tree nearby to steady my camera against so it didn’t shake.

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