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    Black-bellied Whistling Ducks...

    Yesterday during a morning nature walk I shot these. C&C welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.

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    Re: Black-bellied Whistling Ducks...

    Nice series of action shots.

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    Hi Joe, without the second duck in the first shot, that would be my favorite of the bunch. Makes me wonder what a bird with web feet is doing up in a tree though - just doesn't seem logical somehow! But then, who am I to argue with Mother Nature. LOL!

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    Re: Black-bellied Whistling Ducks...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Nice series of action shots.
    Thanks Bobo, much appreciated that you take time to view and comment.

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    Re: Black-bellied Whistling Ducks...

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankMi View Post
    Hi Joe, without the second duck in the first shot, that would be my favorite of the bunch. Makes me wonder what a bird with web feet is doing up in a tree though - just doesn't seem logical somehow! But then, who am I to argue with Mother Nature. LOL!
    Thanks Frank, I can relate to ducks in a tree. These ducks are not suppose to be in Florida, they are native to South America. They just appeared a couple of years ago and now are a flock of a couple hundred. Another unique thing is that they whistle when they fly. As you said...Mother Nature.

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