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June 28th, 2020 Ducklings Leaving the Nest

Happy Sunday, All. The Ducklings πŸ₯ are out of their nest safe with mother Mallard πŸ¦† in and around the Autumn Woods pond in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I was able to get a video of a few ducklings as they leapt from the terrace to the ground below.

Mallard πŸ¦† ducklings πŸ₯ leaving their nest
Mother Mallard πŸ¦† with ducklings πŸ₯ that have made the journey to the ground.
Peeping for Mom still picture from the video
10 ducklings with Mom heading to the safety of the pond. All ducklings πŸ₯ are gone from the nest safely.
Tracking progress
Well adapted to swimming right out of the nest.
Blending into the surroundings. Be safe as you venture out into this natural area shared with humanity. Peace.

About Miss

Enjoy working with everything related to computers. I have wanted to work with computers as a tool for Health Care since I was in High School and now I'm living the dream. My first love has always been reading. I was a regular at the Spring Valley Library reading all things romance. "This Rough Magic" by Mary Stewart was the first story I became lost in. Now my favorite author is Nora Roberts with my second love J.D. Robb. This blog is to celebrate the great stories, authors and readers that make up romance and mystery in literature today.


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