Wednesday Wee Wobblers

Mama duck and her 14 babies at our hotel

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16 Responses to Wednesday Wee Wobblers

  1. terrepruitt says:

    I LOVE baby ducks. So cute how they just quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, not stop!

    • pegbur7 says:

      And they were SO cute. There was a squirrel out there where they were walking and that mam duck went after it like crazy. I think the poor squirrels life flashed before it’s eyes. I think it was very thankful that ducks don’t climb trees.

      • terrepruitt says:

        They look super cute. I have never seen ducklings that color with little spots. Mama ducks are very protective. I love that about them.

      • pegbur7 says:

        She definitely was. There was a cat there also and I was waiting for the mama duck to jump on the kitty but I guess it didn’t get close enough to be threatening.

  2. Ducks are so cool. (Except for the poop all over the ground.) LOL! I love the babies!

  3. Spot says:

    So adorable!! Except for the poop of course.

    ♥Spot

  4. Heather says:

    Love ducks! We have one that lives down the street that I visit with every time I go for a walk.

    Wow that is a lot of kids to be looking after!

  5. K Odell says:

    we have loads of ducks in the park and waterway near our home. They are all teenagers now- but as ducklings they are too adorable.

  6. Carol says:

    Oh so cute! Baby anythings are always so precious!

  7. Fred Miller says:

    We hatched out some ducklings once, but their mother couldn’t protect them from the others. So Tessa raised them on her lap in her wheel chair. Kinda poopy for a few weeks, but they grew up.

    • pegbur7 says:

      That is so sweet! They were just so cute waddling along behind her. I admire that Tessa did that. Couldn’t have been easy to do anything else with a lap full of ducklings!

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