As it’s approaching Halloween, I thought I’d share a bobbing photo for Becky’s KindaSquare challenge. Only, instead of apple bobbing, I’ve gone for duck bobbing instead. I’m sure this duck found what she was looking for… which I presume probably wasn’t apples!

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    1. Tufty is the type of duck who would leap out of the water to plunge beneath the surface, VK… and then re-emerge over on the other side of the Lake! This is just one of the other ‘normal’ ducks, who’s happy just bobbing her head! 😀

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        1. I thought hens just lived off seeds… but then, in the wild they wouldn’t. I’ve never met any hens, so it’s something that hasn’t crossed my mind before. Always learning. Always good!

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  1. We have a child’s birthday two days after Halloween – so we annually attempt apple bobbing. Might give it a miss this year though. Maybe we should go and watch the local ducks bobbing instead!!

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    1. The ducks and geese on the Lake aren’t bothered by people, Lisa, and I’m sure they’ve started posing for photos! They are fascinating to watch… all birds, that is!

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      1. Yeah, there are a lot of birds out there that are getting used to people being around. I saw a Pied-billed Grebe on Saturday that was in the middle of the pond and eventually made its way almost to the edge where I was. Got some pretty good pics. There were no other birds in the pond. Weird! 🙂

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  2. Ducks can be highly amusing Tom.

    There was a video shared on Facebook of a duck being attacked by a young Tiger.

    The Tiger would pounce, the duck would dive and re-appear behind the frustrated Tiger! 🙂 ❤

    Have a great day! 🙂 ❤

    Blessed Be! 🙂 ❤

    Prenin.

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