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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Mini Coop, Jul 15, 2008.
I made a new video about my water fowl.
When he was with the other ducks I think they were fighting for dominance.
Great video. I enjoyed it.
Quote:I researched duck behaviour online and Donald was acting like a normal male duck. They essentially mate by rape in the wild. It's normal for a drake to try to mate with anything.
But are you sure those were all females?
Quote:My ducks and geese?
As far as his interactions in his new habitat, I'll leave that to nature, I'm sure they'll work things out without interference...
I a mtalking about the wild ducks. Also, what kind of duck was he? He was very pretty.
That was a very interesting video!
Quite right Kim. I let my experiences get the better of me.
Is the duck in the wild now? Or at a park? Or someone's backyard?
I was hoping to know to!
I liked you geese! The Canada goose was especially funny, all that head-bobbing looked like a teenager listening to hip-hop. I know, waterfowl just do that, but she was really into it.
I scoped out the many ponds in the area and found one with a nice little housing development bordering one edge of it. So, it's in a semi-rural place where no doubt people will throw food to the ducks.
I think the ducks there looked like a combo of wild and released domestic ducks. There were 3 other ducks that approached us after I released him, it was very sweet.
The one he chased after appeared to be a male.