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I saw this Mallard at the Irondequoit Bay sitting on some ice. There were people feeding the birds there, so it is a popular hangout for the Mallards. The bay is 4 miles long and mile wide.

The Redhead (Aythya americana) is a medium-sized diving duck.  The adult male has a blue bill, a red head and neck, a black breast, and yellow eyes. The adult female has a brown head and body and a darker bluish bill with a black tip. The breeding habitat is marshes and prairie potholes in western North America.

The Redhead (Aythya americana) is a medium-sized diving duck. The adult male…

Redhead Duck  - 3/12/12 - Plaster Reservoir, Broomfield

Redhead Duck - 3/12/12 - Plaster Reservoir, Broomfield

Bufflehead drake (Bucephala albeola) breeds in ponds and small lakes of Canada and winters in the United States

Bufflehead drake (Bucephala albeola) by Seetharam Maddali - breeds in ponds and small lakes of Canada and winters in the United States

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Mallard take-off by Amazing World beautiful amazing

Book of says not to eat the meat that has the life blood still in it. Says in the Bible to do do you have been cute OFF from the Covenant of GOD Almighty. No covenant means no covering .

The American Black Duck - Anas rubripes, is a large dabbling duck. It is native to eastern North America. These birds feed by dabbling in shallow water, and grazing on land. Photo by brandon Holden.

American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) by Brandon Holden - a large dabbling duck. It is native to eastern North America. These birds feed by dabbling in shallow water, and grazing on land.

Bufflehead (Bucephala albeola) Native to North America. They "evolved their small size in order to fit the nesting cavity of their "metabiotic" host, a woodpecker, the northern flicker" (Wikipedia)

-*Bufflehead * Adult males are striking black and white, with iridescent green and purple heads. So thrilled to have one in my pond this spring!

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