Mr. & Mrs. Mallard (birds ). Photo by saltydawgg
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Mr. & Mrs. Mallard

Uploaded by: saltydawgg

Wednesday February 27, 2013

Nampa, ID (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: They have been coming 2 or 3 times a day and bang away on the seed block. What they leave the little birds clean up :)


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3. trailhiker44
4:28 PM GMT on March 09, 2013
This is really a great couple -sharing the seed block - each on his/her own side so as not to disturb their partner.
Wonderful feathered friends behavior capture, Bob !
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2. saltydawgg
4:32 AM GMT on February 28, 2013
Thanks for the comment Kat they are quite a
pair. In the process they drive my wirehaired pointer nuts.
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1. ColoradoKat
6:27 PM GMT on February 27, 2013
Oh,cool! We get to see Mama today, too!:-D
This is a couple who knows a good thing when they
find it! Love these adorable seed eaters, Bob!
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California Transplant living in Nampa Idaho.. Retired from PG&E 32 yearsAnd Cingular wireless 10 years.. Fly-fishing and photography along withtraveling with my wife Vicky are my favorite pastimes…

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