No Ducks Yet on the Pond

There have been no ducks on the pond as of today.  There is a blue heron that comes every afternoon to feed at the pond.  The coldest front of the season is to drive temperatures down tomorrow night and Tuesday.  Perhaps, then, the ducks will fly in.

The photograph above, taken by Brenda, shows ducks in flight last winter.

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2 responses to “No Ducks Yet on the Pond

  1. Kittie Howard

    The colder temps you write will come to you will come to us today. Heard our first migrating geese the other day, a signature sign, more a trumpet’s announcement, that the seasons are changing, at least, for me. Others I know wait for the first leaves to change, and so on. When I was a kid I’d sniff a whiff on the air and feel the same change coming. It would be a hot Louisiana day and that whiff would appear. Mother Nature alerts us in so many ways to her changes. I sometimes wonder, with global warming more and more a problem, if she’ll maintain her alerts.

    • Heard the geese! You lucky girl! A sign of the change of seasons. We’re still all hot here. But, give us another five weeks and things will change. I’ll let you know about the ducks and other signs.

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