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  • HansE
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    Yes Your punishment for telling him he a dum****. lol

  • Isac
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    Appreciated Alan - thanks. I sometimes feed our local ducks but not often. I remember watching a guy on his gopher riding along throwing slices of bread to the ducks, and he got a extremely nasty and upset when I followed him, picking up the bread and throwing it in a bin. I told him about the adverse affect of feeding them bread and he told me to F OFF! Lovely knowledgeable man!

  • wigz
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    Very common Isac, but with the right light and water you can get attractive images like this. I find that they are very tame where people regularly feed them and will come right up looking for a handout. As Hans said, those away from where they are regularly fed are very skittish.

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  • Isac
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    OK then, I'll just post a few now and then to remind you of what they lookm like close up

  • HansE
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    These are WILD ducks mate! Not your suburban hand fed softies. They fly off before I get out of the LandCruiser and woulldn't return while I'm there if Walt Disney was with me offering them contracts.

  • Isac
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    Next time, take the essentials: Camera, big lens, small chair to sit on at the water's edge and most importantly, some frozen peas and corn, they love it!

  • HansE
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    Saw about twenty near the front dam the other day they come and go but shoot through if I stop the truck.
    Otherwise I could try for a good image like this.

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  • Isac
    started a topic Pacific Black Duck

    Pacific Black Duck

    They are common as mud but to me they do have a lovely demeanour and just sit beautifully in the water.
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