Monday, February 25, 2019

Seeing Double

“Seeing Double”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography 

While I was birding on Grand Cayman Island, our guide took us to a pond where we found a female West Indian Whistling Duck and her three ducklings.

These ducks are nocturnal and feed mostly in the evenings, yet the Lord had them out feeding the morning I was there!

The Bahamas National Trust website says, “The West Indian Whistling Duck is the largest and rarest of the 8 species of unique whistling ducks found throughout the worlds tropical regions.” They are also one of the two rarest ducks in the Western Hemisphere. I am glad I had the opportunity to see them.

Don’t you just love their white feathers with brown polka dots?

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1 comment:

  1. I'm glad God gave you this blessing because you can pass it on to us through your photography.
    I'm looking forward to seeing you at Blue Ridge.


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