Hi Bob, it does seem late in the year for baby ducks. I hope they survive the winter. They are cuties, great captures.
Nie może być nic słodszego, jak pisklę ptaka. Twój maluch jest cudny i oczywiście śliczne jego zdjęcia.Pozdrawiam
Oh Bob, that's a beautiful capture.I do hope they all survive through the winter.
OH SO CUTE!!!! i hope they can make it through the winter! maybe mom will find a nice cozy spot for them....
What a cutie...nicee shot Bob!ashok
oh my goodness! so little for so late in the year! i hope they can grow big and fast!
Bob, das Küken sieht sehr schön aus. Wirklich tolle Fotos geworden.Liebe Abendgrüße schicktIrmi
poor little ones, her father was really cruel!:)
Very cute to be sure but very late in the year for ducklings. Great pictures of the "brood".
Soooo cute! I didn't know that birds were having chicks at this time of the year! I blame Global Warming! :)
Oh Bob, soooooooo lovely!!!!!Nice WeekendCrissi
Sooooo cute!!! I hope to be a long autumn and duck to have time to grow. Beautiful photos. Great shots!
Superb shots. I hope the end result is as good as your pictures.A great find.
Awww sooo sweet! Wonderful captures! =)
Mrs Mallard should have just said no!Hope the weather stays mild for them.
Bob, must be indicative of the mild weather! Strange though to see one so late in the year!Lovely shots, by the way!
Lovely to see Bob but I hope the weather stays mild for a few weeks...
So lovely this little duckie.wonderful picture Bob.
Cracking images Bob. Mallards will breed all year round if it remains warm like it is now :-)
A little late for ducklings perhaps but one must hope the cold is delayed so they get along! Nice birdpictures at your blog !
Such a cute baby duck! I love this series and Cohen's song:)
Bob, this is beautiful, very beautiful pictures, you were very lucky to shoot.Have a nice evening.
The ducklings are so sweet.But is this normal in november?I wish you a nice weekend.Angela
♡°º✿º° ♥✿Olá, amigo!Os filhotes são tão fofos.Bom fim de semana!Beijinhos.Brasil❤❣✿
That seems very strange to me. Don't think I've ever seen ducklings out of season here. Hope they survive the winter. Beautiful shots!
How cute!!! Beautifully photographed!
Oh my ... awful late for these little guys. Hope they make it! Your pictures are just superb!
OMG - wie suess! Sweet sweet sweet - no more words for them!!!Thank you Bob!Have a nice Sunday, okay?
Beautifully done, enjoy your weekend my friend !
Oh my Bob...what a catch...wow, have never heard of this before. I only knew about spring hatchings...wow winter is on it's way...here is hoping for a good life for these sweet ones! Keep up with them for us~
Hmmm got to thinking, maybe where this is, the landowners could put out a wooden dog house or something for the mom and young to get into for harsh cold. That is what they have at a local park, for their ducks which are grown ducks~
Muy bonitas y tiernas las fotos Bob. Saludos!!
But Bobe, you have to take care of this little duckling!! It will never survive the winter - I fell so sorr!.And yes, these islandic horses are living on the fields the whole year. The little one, which came in July, is born on the grass - without any human help. I love them, too.
Precioso el patito y la madre, muy bueno el detalle de esa gota de agua en el pico.Saludos.
Super images Bob.I've just read on the BBC News website that there's also a new brood of Mallard at the London Wetlands Centre! Lets hope they all make it through the winter ok...[;o)
Oh little sweeties but born so late? I hope the winter is kind to them.. the do grow quickly. Mama looks so serene and proud as female mallards tend to look. Lovely shots. And a favourite music selection from Lenny.. a native Montrealer, as am I.
the baby bird is sooo cute!can't stop looking at it.your photos are beyond exquisite!you're a great photographer!!
Nice! But now?? Hoppas de överlever vintern!Steffe