At Minnesota waterfowls usually have their offsprings in May, those babies will grow to adults in next six months and get ready for long-distance flight to the south.
It has been into the month of July I surprisingly found a mallard family with newly hatched ducklings.
Watching they are swimming around to enjoy hot summer time, I am also worried whether there is enough time for those babies to grow strong enough by this coming fall to fly down south for winter?
I just want them to have a good time as much as they can and deal with brutal weather later.
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