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Old 04-18-2011, 08:47 AM   #1
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4 little Geeks

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This white Goose and female Mallard duck have been running together for several years, but this is the first time we have seen them with babies. The white goose is very proctective of the little ones and they follow him all over the place.

This should be a strange pair since Geese mate for life.

What will the little Geeks look like as adults? Probably Mallard ducks since Geese and ducks can not produce offsprings.

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That's either a large white duck or she found a drake somewhere else.
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Maybe a " Step goose " me thinks she 's steppin out on him. Ya see that a lot these days. hehehe
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When we lived in Iowa City, IA the city park was filled with ducks who were obviously the product of someone releasing the Easter Pet into the wild.
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Well, at least he did the right thing, he adopted them

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gonna raise them as his own, man what a goose. hehehe
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Where is planned parenthood when they need em ?
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