Whistling Duck Exit

Whistling Duck Exit

It was obvious the Whistler was not going to stick around for long.

Whistling Duck Exit
Whistling Duck Exit
Whistling Duck Exit
Whistling Duck Exit

I had been walking towards him but I stopped just in time for a quick escape shot.

Whistling Duck Exit
Whistling Duck Exit

I’m sure he didn’t go far. This is their go to spot. Woods and swamp on me side of the dirt road, a big marsh on the other.

Black-bellied Whistling Duck.

4 thoughts on “Whistling Duck Exit”

    1. Like the Wood Duck they nest in tree cavities. A South and Central American duck but coming north with the heat. I think 2013 was when they were spotted in Fl.,La., and maybe 2017 here in the Lowcountry.

    1. Same here, Wood Ducks and rare for a photo. These guys are in trees much more. Once they discovered the Lowcountry swamps they told all their friends. More and more every year. They still go to Central and South America for the winter though.

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