Thanks for the videos! There's no way I'll get to film ducks flying, because I have to clip mine. I had one pair that flew everywhere. One of them flew away and came back the next day, and the other never came back. After that, I clipped them all. My ducks like to act boring when the camera's around, too, especially when swimming. Often I'll catch them diving in their tub and run out with the camera. And then they stop, as soon as I'm filming. Diving is one thing I just can't get. (Except for the video of the ducklings bathing, the 8th post in this thread.) This is the last video I have ready: ducks eating pumpkin leaves. That plant was growing where we didn't want it, so we rooted it up. The ducks saw it and wanted to eat it before the camera was ready, of course. I'm working on a video of them eating cucumbers. (All these feeding treats videos will eventually be put into a compilation of duck treats/feeding, once I have enough material.) The cucumber feast soon turned into the game of who-can-be-the-best-cucumber-theif!