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Monday, December 7, 2015

Mallard ducks in winter

Mallard ducks are the most common duck species of the Northern Hemisphere and are also found in Asia, North America, and many islands. They are found year-round across much of the United States. In the winter they move around generally to avoid snow and find open water and to uncovered fields.

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