The Bird Weekly photo challenge this week invites us to share the feathered friends that visit or live in our home space. We have a lot of birds on the campus of our senior community, but I am only including those who actually come into our yard – ducks, geese, and robins!
Although this particular Canada goose was not in our yard at the time I took this photo (I just really like this photo), we do often get visits from flocks of these guys who think they own the place!
Here are three photos I took in sequence of several ducks who hang out together – in the pond, taking a nap on shore, or taking walks in people’s yards! Over the summer, these ducks proliferated, and now that their young have grown, large groups of ducks are in abundance!
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Very nice selection of birds. The robins are here for a few weeks during spring migration. Great Mallards…talk about owning the place. 😂
And they are promiscuous too! Just a couple days ago I saw a couple mating – in late October?!!
Wow! It’s been an odd year so I’m not surprised by much anymore. 😂