Duck Tracks

I went out to check for eggs this afternoon. This was my first clue that the ducks were not tucked away safe and sound in their yard.

duck tracks

I followed the tracks and found a duckie super highway. They had been very busy ducks.

duck super highway

It didn’t take great tracking skills to find them. By the time I discovered them, they were trying to figure out how to get back in their yard!

ducks on the run again

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3 Responses to Duck Tracks

  1. Love seeing tracks in the snow and wondering what has been in my yard. Love the last ones, looks like something with a skinny tail, lol.


  2. Meryl says:

    Oh, the antics of ducks! I did not miss ours last summer, but they were quite funny in the snow last year.

  3. Lisa says:

    Duck feet are just cute! What else can be said?

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