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    Wood Ducks

    I'd like you to meet Mr. & Mrs. Wood Duck out for a lovely swim.



    Haven't seen many of these around here. What a treat this was, just wish I had longer glass them my 200mm.
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    ha ha ha...
    Nice.. but I don't see any real ducks being lured in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATVinBarbie
    ha ha ha...
    Nice.. but I don't see any real ducks being lured in.
    Hey those are real Ducks not wooden ones See here they are in flight.

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    Gee thanks... I think I need to go back to my blonde hair color LOL

    You captured them SO still they looked wooden to me.

    You're such a goof! LOL
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    Don't feel bad had I not spooked them to make them move I would have thought the same, course then klutzy trying to get ever so much closer, ya like a foot, I scared them into taking off.
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    I think you did great for only having a 200 on your lens! Those breed of ducks are usually much more skittish than mallards in my experience!
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    Nice little wood ducks, here, i think i got a milk-bone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CruzinGirl
    I think you did great for only having a 200 on your lens! Those breed of ducks are usually much more skittish than mallards in my experience!
    Thanks, You are right about the skittish part, soon as I moved they took off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacker
    Nice little wood ducks, here, i think i got a milk-bone!
    lol
    Milk bone for a duck? does it work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneylonesome
    Milk bone for a duck? does it work?
    dunno, never tried it but, its my fav line from "Ghost Busters" so I use it frequently!
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