Snowie's stolen duckling was still with his ducklingnapper this morning, snuggled against her while they swam. But, later, she went back to Snowie's family, which still contained 7 babies, and he mixed in with his brothers and sisters:
When the family moved on, he went with him, but mostly stayed by himself. However, when he felt uncomfortable, he went back to Snowie. The other female took a nap and later went looking for the family and, when she found them, she stayed nearby.
Snowie was having a hard time with her mate and her son. She has her mad mama face on while she chased her son away:
Still 5 goslings in the same area. They're starting to get big:
One of the goslings has zooming around under water:
Dad seems confused as to where his gosling went (he's under the water) . But, the gosling was fine:
There's still three babies in the front heron's nest. The other two in the other nest seem to have completely fledged:
It appears that the two baby osprey that were left in the nest have fledged. I think one even returned.
Baby Blue and his mate whom I found out was named Ducky Ducky by the man who dumped her:
Mrs. Pekin looks absolutely awful. She is now the last surviving domestic female dumped before last September. I hope she gets better. Little Sissy, the buff, is dead.