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Two friends are talking:
Bobby: Where will you be in two years?
Tommy: I don’t know. I don’t have 2020 vision.
Interesting Fact: On migration, Ring-necked Ducks stop to rest and feed on shallow lakes and impoundments with dense stands of cattails, bulrushes, and other emergent vegetation. They can form very large flocks on some lakes. During the winter, look for them in swamps, river floodplains, brackish portions of estuaries, shallow inland lakes, sloughs, marshes, reservoirs, and other managed freshwater impoundments. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Ring-necked_Duck/lifehistory#habitat )
Good one! It took me a second to figure out the 2020 thing. 👍
The first time I heard that joke it took me a second as well to figure it out Hehehe. Thank you very much for stopping by and checking out my post. Happy Blogging! 🙂
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I think I’ll duck off now
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That’s a good groaned. I like the ducks too..
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