The bitey duck is still there and he's still bitey. However, if you feed him promptly, he is not so bitey. And, I've noticed that he only likes certain people, so the general public are not in any real danger of being bitten from what I've seen, unless some kid runs up and tries to chase him. I gave him his food in a small bowl to which he spilled a third of it and then ate the rest, pushing the bowl around. He then turned around and ate what was on the ground. When I picked up the bowl, he tapped my shoe, but did not bite.
This scaup pigged out on the rice, too, when I moved away. It's funny watching scaup walking on land. After all the food was gone, the Pekin and the scaup were following me around. I tried to lead the Pekin to some other Pekins, but as soon as he saw them, he turned around and went the other way. Later, the Pekin's friend came to check up on him, but was detoured by two fishermen, so the two never got together.
Jill has been all alone lately. I have no idea where her Canada goose friend and his white Chinese hybrid goose friend went to. They probably went to a new place to eat and I just haven't found them, yet. I thought those other two were both males, but maybe I was wrong and there's a female in that pair and maybe one is on a nest.
Louie comes up to Jill sometimes and makes googly eyes at her. I think she's warming up to him and often grazes when he's nearby.
Louie often herds Jill to new places. "Picked on" the Canada gander still hangs around, but keeps his distance when Louie is with Jill. But, Jill and Louie are not a pair because if anything separates them or if Louie goes away, Jill does not follow.
The baby Canada goose (now two years old) just swims around calling, but doesn't hang around anyone most of the time.
I saw some wigeons who look like they're starting to molt. The mallards haven't started molted and they're late in doing so. They should have started molting by now.
There were three wigeons by the lake walking path:
Smudge and her mate:
There are two male killdeer hanging out in Junior's territory. One acts like Killer Jr, so I think he might be Killer's son, George IV. The other might be his brother, or could be George III who generally travels with Junior who should be arriving soon.
And, I have a baby hummingbird in my yard. Or, I did until a couple of days ago. I think he's all on his own now and his mom has a new nest.
Bigboi, the Cayuga duck seems a lot better today. Big Daddy is hanging out with Cinnamon. I saw no sign of Oreo at all and I looked all over for him. But, I did see him last week, so he might be OK.