I got a kick out of this pair with a ruddy duck, still in partial breeding colors, and a little female green-winged teal. They seemed to really enjoy each other's company and were following each other around. Then, the teal decided she wanted to be with the mallards and swam towards shore. The ruddy duck seemed confused for a while and waited in deeper water. I didn't see if they got back together, later.
Troublemaker is still around and has his wing fathers now, but most of his feathers are fluff. He seems to like to hang around gadwalls and another group of mallards, but is mostly alone. Sometimes, his wing feathers look extremely green, but sometimes they're blue like in these photos.
I didn't see him today, but he's been seen all over the lake, so he could be anywhere.
Blue was competing for a new girlfriend and has been seen doing courtship with the other males. But, not very much lately. I think he's missing Ducky Ducky:
And, I finally found these guys. I've been looking for them for months! Looks like the female survived breeding season.
I think Junior, the killdeer came to visit, but I never was able to get a photo of him. I've also been seeing spotted sandpipers more and lots more coots. There was one baby coot, but he has disappeared for n ow.