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TREADING WATER
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TREADING WATER (Anas platyrhynchos)

Strange that Mallards are probably one of the first birds we see as small children, but which we ignore as we grow up. So here's one, in memory of the bags full of bread I must have thrown to them.
Habitat
Any stretch of water
Location
Stover CP, Devon,UK.
Date taken
March 2014
Scientific name
Anas platyrhynchos
Equipment used
Nikon
Staff member
Opus Editor
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Indeed you're right David... where would they be without fans such as Carole eh?

A super action shot you've got here - I love Frank's description LOL.
 
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Lol, showing his talent for standing on water while showing that beautiful emerald head off. Excellent work David!!!!
 
a bird we all know so well and on my local pond get fed more than our mutes.all the best margaret.
 
A fantastic detailed action capture 14ani !!! Thanks for sharing. I'm still throwing bags of bread at them (lol).
 

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Britain & Europe
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