Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
I hope they'll have sufficient energy left for other important matters.
Talk about "last man standing"!! What an adorable name for these ducks...:)JP
Practically caught in the moment... Brava!
Stunning shots of the birds skimming the waters. Birds on a mission.
Hello EG, awesome captures of the Buffleheads.. They are pretty ducks! Thank you so much for linking up! Have a happy weekend!
Made me smile EG and John's comment.. Lol :)
I have to admit: I had to look up kerfluffle for the meaning. Not a word in my vocabulary, but I'm sure it will be now. Very aptly captioned!
haha...love your title!! and i love those words...bufflehead and kerfluffle!! (at first i thought that was the name of the duck) great shots!!and i agree with what john said. don't waste ALL that energy!! :)
Ha - great shots! Nice water action.
oh, so cool!
Boys will be boys.
Great action shots.
these made me laugh... they are truly getti it.... and i may just use this name as a slang cuss word. you Bufflehead, what the Kerfluffle are you doing. I just love the name
I learned something new today. I have never heard of bufflehead until now.
Oh, yes! I hope they have energy left for the important stuff, too! Great shots, as always!! Hope your weekend is off to a great start!!
That puts them in quite a competitive mood!
Nice action shots! And the bird's name makes me laugh - I think of "kerfuffle."
Fun shots! Have a nice weekend!
These are hilarious! And you captured them perfectly. And all for a female. May the best duck win!
What a sight, EG! Great captures!
Their name looks like something I'd inventer, lol.
Fantastic action shots.
Great action photos. You were there at just the right time. Happy weekend to you. xx
They don't call them Buffleheads for nothing, you know. :-)
Great action images.
Great action shots!
Mating season is crazy! Luckily my geese have calmed down some.
They do seem determined!
Wonderful action shots! There's a lot of this going on at the moment.
They are chasing one another, aren't they? Mostly it's robins and grackles and red-winged around here! Lovely shot!
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