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  • AvatarBullfrogMcGee
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    I think a female here with a coot?

    and a male?

    Avatarmaxx
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    Yup we killed one in central iowa 8 years ago

    3.5 tens3.5 tens
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    Actually I think it is called “elderly Indian-American duck” 😛 😛 😛

    "I have always had a soft spot in my heart for marshes. They challenge me to come and look. Their capacity for mothering wild life is far greater than the drier uplands, no matter how beautiful they may be. It seems to me that no man is closer to the beginning of things and the eternal motherhood of the outdoors than when he is familiar with a marsh."

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    I am wishing I either had a blind or a bettter lens. I have a little pondish thing with a tons of beautiful ducks on it. Canvas backs, buffs and mallards in vibaraant colors

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    Long-tailed duck

    The long-tailed duck, once known as oldsquaw, is a medium-sized sea duck. It is the only living member of its genus, Clangula. en.wikipedia.org

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