It’s duckling time (goslings too)!

One of our favorite times of the year is when ducklings and goslings first appear.

©Miki Jourdan
©Angela N.
©Rob Klug

Getting in and out of the water

One of the first things that ducklings have to learn is how to get in and out of the water – either using the ramps created for them, or just jumping in.

©Rob Klug
©Rob Klug
©Victoria Pickering
©Victoria Pickering
©Miki Jourdan

How many are there? Lots!

©Miki Jourdan
©Rob Klug
©Victoria Pickering

Mother and children

©Rob Klug
©Angela N.
©Angela N.
©Angela N.
©Angela N.
©Rob Klug
©Victoria Pickering
©Rob Klug

In conversation

©Miki Jourdan

Paired up

©Angela N.
©Miki Jourdan
©Angela N.

Getting in line

©Victoria Pickering
©Victoria Pickering
©Victoria Pickering

In the grass

©Miki Jourdan
©Victoria Pickering

Iconic locations

©Rob Klug

Goslings

Goslings are very cute but with a definite attitude, as they prepare to grow up into geese.

©Rob Klug
©Miki Jourdan
©Rob Klug
©Miki Jourdan
©Rob Klug
©Rob Klug
©Rob Klug
©Rob Klug
©Rob Klug
©Miki Jourdan
©Miki Jourdan

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6 Comments

  1. Thanks. They’re ALL wonderful and so much fun! But I think Miki gets some kind of special award for capturing a couple of Baby Jesus Ducklings walking on water.

  2. A subject so prolific, ducks and geese are everywhere it’s great to enjoy your photo essay! Thank you.

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