Ducky Surveillance

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Ducky Surveillance

2009-10-06T19:45:18+00:00October 6th, 2009|Uncategorized|1 Comment

I snapped some shots this morning of a ducks flying overhead. Poor ducks will reverse course sometimes if they see something pointed at them … like a camera lens. If you make a trip to heavily hunted turf like Gray Lodge or the areas around Cosumnes Preserve, you’ll see what skittish really looks like. The slightest footfall will send them flying and scampering. I wish they didn’t have to be so terrified. But they do. And I try not to traumatize them further with any surprise moves with my camera.

I didn’t realize until I offloaded his image that this Mallard drake was giving me a serious look on the fly by. I can’t say what he was thinking but a few captions come to mind. The shot — and the close crop:

Eye of the Mallard - ©ingridtaylar

Eye of the Mallard – ©ingridtaylar

Photo Crop

Photo Crop

Taken at Las Gallinas Wildlife Ponds in San Rafael, California.

One Comment

  1. CopyStrands October 6, 2009 at 7:51 pm - Reply

    Thanks for making me giggle, that duck sure had its eye on you! Too funny 🙂

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