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    Duck not on the menu

    Post by graham64 on Wed Apr 20 2016, 21:34

    Called in for lunch at my local carvery yesterday and look what was waiting for me after my meal  much to the amusement of a few onlookers taking pics, I had to herd them away from my car for fear of running the ducklings over  Shocked I got them to the grass verge on the car park the Duck wasn't impressed gave me a good quacking  Laughing







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    Re: Duck not on the menu

    Post by Jan1 on Wed Apr 20 2016, 22:09

    @graham64 wrote:Called in for lunch at my local carvery yesterday and look what was waiting for me after my meal  much to the amusement of a few onlookers taking pics, I had to herd them away from my car for fear of running the ducklings over  Shocked I got them to the grass verge on the car park the Duck wasn't impressed gave me a good quacking  Laughing






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    Mother Ducks are very protective ... I bet she was quacking very loudly.

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    Re: Duck not on the menu

    Post by graham64 on Wed Apr 20 2016, 22:17

    Do you have a recipe for ducklings Jan Question

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    Re: Duck not on the menu

    Post by Jan1 on Thu Apr 21 2016, 12:29

    I'm sure I could find a recipe for duck ...

    Seeing your photo's reminded me of so many happy times walking around lakes seeing the ducks and geese.

    I also remember a few years back when we lived near a stream at certain times of the year the ducks would wander up into our front garden - quite fun to see them - we were always concerned they would get back to the water ok, hope they did.

    This time of year is great for seeing ducklings, chicks, lambs etc Smile

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    Re: Duck not on the menu

    Post by chris c on Thu Apr 21 2016, 23:13

    Ah bless! Yes I've seen the first mallard ducklings, and some greylag goslings.

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