Wildlife Wednesday: Ducks

You may recall the ducklings that called our yard their childhood home last summer.

I’m happy to say that, apparently, most, if not all, of them have decided to stay in the area. Almost daily, there are around eight or ten ducks wanting breakfast, lunch and/or dinner at our place.

A few days ago, I happened to glance out of one of our front windows to see ducks in the cul-de-sac.

I’m sharing the video I captured and yes, I am from the South. Why do you ask?

The ducks will often ‘fly in’ to greet me, and I’ve been wanting to get a video of it.

And, they did meet me at the garage, and as promised, they were treated to a meal of corn.

~These Days Of Mine~

 

8 responses to “Wildlife Wednesday: Ducks

  1. HAHAHA……well that’s quite a crowd of fans you have there – corn’s on the menu and they have grown up with that luxury you’ve provided so indeed they will come when called (with or without that southern accent!!). Super cute video.

    Pam

  2. This is so wonderful!!
    MRS Doolittle speaking to the birds and animals.😘
    I love their little bird tails wagging too!
    So happy to see this.

  3. LOVE it! Makes me think of the Robert McCloskey’s book, “Make Way for Ducklings” – a childhood favorite of mine, which I share with my students every year. Made me smile this morning.

  4. reneewilliams7

    Soooo sweet! Those ducks know where to go!

  5. They know you, and no doubt !!
    I feel like I’ve watched ’em grow up !

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    From here on out I dub you “The Duck Whisperer”. The video is precious.

  7. So heartwarming! 🦆💓

  8. Oh my gosh, SOOOOO cute! Your own little group of ducks that you’ve trained well. 🙂

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