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Does the village pond exist in parallel universes in one of which there are many ducklings but in the other only one? I seem to inhabit the universe with only one duckling! There it was this morning sitting on the … Continue reading
From Jenny Kimber’s report today of a visit to the pond yesterday afternoon it does look as if we have two families on the pond. At first one duck and one duckling were paddling happily around. Then they were joined … Continue reading
Thank you to Rosemary Houghton for this photo of ducklings on the pond on Easter Saturday evening, 21 April. So was the previously thought sole survivor rather the boldest of an otherwise timid brood very good with camouflage and hiding? … Continue reading
Will and David launched another vigorous attack this morning on the stumps in the area by the dog leg behind the western hedge. Only a few remain now and one more session should see them all gone. The other good news: … Continue reading
Unfortunately, our nine little ducklings seem to have reduced to just one. We’ll keep our eyes open over the next few days just in case some of the others have been playing a successful game of hide and seek, but … Continue reading
Down by the pond today bluebells are blooming in the triangle. And making their debut on the pond, paddling proudly round with mum, are nine tiny ducklings.