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Author Archives: duckexpert
I was looking around for a particular breed of duck to focus on for this entry, a month after the last post, so an epic fail on the duck-a-week front. Not even going to try to defend that one. Anyway, … Continue reading
The Eider Duck. So a friend of mine said he saw one of these on the canal outside his apartment. For the record, I don’t believe him (mainly because it amuses me not to), but it did afford me the … Continue reading
The Buff Orpington Duck is the subject of this era’s article. I chose it simply because I used to go to school in Orpington, Kent, where this duck hails from. It was originally bred by one William Cook, as a … Continue reading
I challenge you all get this out of your mind after seeing it! Evil evil evil!
So…back to the ducks. Today’s duck of choice is the Dutch Hookbill. As the name suggests it’s a native of Holland. There are quite a few interesting facts about this one, first and foremost that it’s the oldest breed in … Continue reading
Right…so much for a post a week. I think I need to concede defeat on that, regroup and re-start the campaign: at least get stuck back into it. Basically I need to get something up here! On the plus side, … Continue reading