Ducks

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by seanmoe, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. seanmoe

    seanmoe Weekend Warrior

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    Can someone tell me what these are, I realise it's not bowhunting related. I stumbled across these today on a pond on public hunting land. They seemed pretty at ease with me being there. IMG_0538.jpg
     
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    Muscovy ducks
     
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    ok thanks, havn't heard of these or seen them, my thought was they were domestic because they swam towards me....seemed like they were asking for food but I didnt have anything to give them:( I was in the middle of no mans land so I thought it was strange that they acted so relaxed around me.
     
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    At the Rose Bowl?

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    They're all over Florida. I remember when I was younger and going to lakes they would just walk up and eat out of my hand. They're some ugly ducks but pretty cool for kids.
     
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    Muscovey, and they were once domesticated and escaped. they can live/survive in the wild.
     

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