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Old Feb 7, 2006, 12:56 PM   #1
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These were shot in the same place as I shot the Buffleheads - This is one facinating Duck...:lol:

But in this light, the emerald green head is black

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Old Feb 7, 2006, 3:22 PM   #2
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Looks like he's using the same hair gel my kids use, Dave
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Old Feb 7, 2006, 4:02 PM   #3
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Looks like he's using the same hair gel my kids use, Dave
These Ducks all live in my neighborhood. From time to time they go to Brooklyn to clean the drugs from their system.

Where do you think Punk Rock originated?

And their mating ritual? Well this is a family oriented site...:?:

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I just love common and red breasted mergansers. I think they are both awesome, and I can't pick which I like better.

Nicely done here. If possible, try to get with the sun behind you and these shots will be even more special. I do appreciate that when around water getting the angle you want isn't always possible....

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Woah! :shock:That's quite the hair-do!! I dig the punk-rockers...give him a guitar & some tattoos & he's good to go! :-D
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Nicely done here. If possible, try to get with the sun behind you and these shots will be even more special. I do appreciate that when around water getting the angle you want isn't always possible....

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Tell me about it. Last Winter, they hung out in a spot where the light was perfect - This Winter them AND the Buffleheads congregate in the sea, where the morning sun blazes right at me.

Well, you never know - maybe next week, they'll go to the other spot.

On the other hand I've been getting great shots of the Greater Scaup.

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