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The last flame of autumn:

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(I don’t know why he went into eclipse! He’s too young!)

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Bobcat track. You’ve already seen the bobcat, though:

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Quaking aspens against a blue sky:

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Wild turkeys trying to hide:

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rouen duckling minutes old

And 18 weeks later:

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He’s almost done growing in his adult breeding plumage:

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And he has discovered his purpose in life, nailing two pekin hens within five minutes:

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Getting pretty

The surviving Rouen drake is starting to look very dapper.

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Greenface

Rouen drake, 15 weeks old:

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Pond foragers

Getting to be big ducks now.

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Look at that drake plumage! He’s 13 weeks old, and it’s coming in strong.

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Boys to men

The two Rouen drakes are now growing in their adult plumage now. I can see some green feathers on their heads now. It won’t be long before they are full greenheads. Their gray penciled feathers are coming in, and their breasts are now a chestnut color.

If you’ve seen my recent videos, they are also making the drake vocalization, which sounds like some kind of frog. It’s not a quack. Only hens quack.

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