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Lisa @ Two Bears Farm

Make way for ducks!

Cute pics :-)


They are so adorable. You have a lot of animals to watch out for.

Evelyn in Oregon

What kind of ducks are those? Tufted heads! Great photo and word narrative.

Lois Evensen

What pretty ducks! Great "hair day!" ;)


What's with that ducks hairdo??? With any luck, you'll soon have to Make Way for Ducklings! ;-D


Pretty ducks, with those crested heads! I-71 was shut down temporarily yesterday to let a pair of Canada Geese cross the highway with their goslings.


I often wonder about people who live close to the road that let their birds wander... I don't think I could do it. Hope they stay in an upright and 3-dimensional position.

Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursday this week, Judy. xoxo


they are too silly looking with their tufted heads. :)


How cute that is. Not a care in the world, I guess.


Are they lost? I have never seen duck with top knots, either.


Good for you, Judy.. two misses, no hits.
Loved the males up-do head feathers.


Did that one have a bad hair day or something???

Sarah just had a batch of mallards hatch beside her front door...all but two eggs. The last count that i remember was 12 eggs...they started hatching last night and left today....there is a little pond there in their neighborhood.


Looks like they are casing the neighborhood.

Anne Payne

Cute! Love the fluffy head :)

EG Wow, Canada

Hmmm. Ducks do have a habit of taking their own sweet time sometimes. Glad you had your camera to catch all the act...er...inaction. :)

Betty Manousos

what an adorable post and photos!
such lovely ducks.
thanks so much for sharing.

first time here. i love your blog!
hope you're having a great weekend!

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    I'm a...Wife...Mom of 11...Grandma to many...Homemaker and Blogger of Finnish descent...living in a log cabin here at Gentle Hearth Farm.
    I'm originally from Northeast Illinois, and my husband & I now live on 20 acres in Southwest Wisconsin up on a ridge in the Ocooch Mountains, 10 miles from the nearest town. My husband and I are empty nesters trying to figure out life after kids.
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