omg you're killing me. I so so hope my pair have ducklings this year!
I'm in love with them! Love. I am writing about your blog in a post now, must share this with my readers. :-)
Adorable! Your little baby Khaki Campbells are soooo cute. They look like they are having so much fun in the wading pool. Thanks for sharing.
Absolutely beautiful babies! Love them! My ducks were just getting to the age where they could have been reproducing in the spring~Jenny W
Seven beauties! Well done Nana S! So cute - I want some so much but I have to figure out how to outfox the foxes first....
Gorgeous! I may or may not have actually squeaked/squealed with glee when I saw them...hehe
awwwwwww you know how to get me out of my hole Duckie. Can I come over and play?
I just want to grab em and kiss em. The duckies not the bees. :-)
Congrats mama duck herder!!! Lovely hatchlings. My ducks are yet to lay anything let alone hatching : ). I love ducks for some reason...eventhough the Mrs. is not too crazy about them...They are so funny and cute!Send some heat our way...I want to plant something : ).
heehee thanks Everyone! My didnt those ducklings get everyone out of the woodwork. Amelia says thanks too. Jacqui you are ALWAYS welcome to come and play the kettle is always on for you. And WF, I will swap you 10 degrees of heat (not sure what that would be in farenthingies) for 10 inches of rain (or snow I don't mind how the precipitation comes) happy duck herdering everyone.
Love the baby pictures!! Is it normal for those bees to be out like that?
Hi Carrie - yes, hanging out on the front deck is pretty normal bee behaviour when it is really hot - it was about 40 degrees (107 for you?) when I took this photo - if you look closely they are all facing the same direction and fanning their wings to ventilate the hive. They send a breeze in one side of the entrance and circulate it though the hive and then fan it out the other side. very clever them bees.
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