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  • #63448

    Adrienne
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    Stopped by Ballard Market and ran into these two delinquents. Sure, they were standing around looking cute, but were really just after some treats. =)

    loitering

    #63450

    Curtis
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    Oh yeah…I’ve seen those quack heads around town.

    #63463

    Sunset Hill David
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    Are those the same 2 that hang out at the Sloop?

    #63470

    Adrienne
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    They look similar to the pair that hangs out over at Fred Meyer, but then… ducks, so I’m not sure mallard pairs vary all that much, heh, and I’m sure these little guys have a circuit going.

    We gave the little female some treats at Fred last night since she was begging at the door. They are terribly cute.

    #63471

    oldguybc
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    They need a little sign: Will quack for goodies!

    #63473

    Edog
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    Those quacks are always trying to get me to sign their petition too.

    #63528

    Gnomie
    Participant

    They tell me they are changing the name to “Mallard Market”

    #63529

    SmartsyArtsy
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    This couple were living behind the building next door. I caught them bathing and washing their outer garments one day; caught a pic of them. When construction there started they flew east without even saying bye. Please tell them SA says hi and they are welcome to come back.

    #63530

    Jonathan
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    Always duck my head when I see these guys. They have such a fowl smell about them.

    #63566

    Mondoman
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    Such a group of eggheads we’ve got here!

    #63784

    Christina
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    I saw a female mallard threading her way between cars in the (very busy) Fred Meyer parking lot on Saturday morning. Am I the only one who sees this as a seriously self-destructive behavior on the part of the ducks? Shouldn’t we be considering a psych evaluation for these little guys, or an intervention?

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