Ducks Eye
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The Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) is very common and abundant in the Northern Hemisphere. It is the ancestor of most domestic ducks. They are easy to recognize because of the males ducks coloring. The Mallard nests in grassy areas near water and they feed on insects, snails, aquatic plants and small fish. This is a headshot of a female mallard.
If you look very close at the ducks eye, you can see the reflection of the photographer.

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