The Charming Common Goldeneye

The only sign of spring in these parts lately is the opening of the water on area rivers. What was once completely covered in ice now boasts open pools for paddling. Inspired by the ducks congregating on the Narraguagus this week, I bring you the common goldeneye. Enjoy!

goldeneye duck pattern

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One Response to The Charming Common Goldeneye

  1. Anita Smith says:

    Thanks for more waterfowl! Love them. Almost done with your bufflehead, and will start this one next.

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