Do Mallard Ducks Mate for Life?


Mallards are dabbling ducks which breed in the temperate and subtropical regions of Europe, Asia, America and North Africa. The female select their mates in the fall but do not start to breed until late March or early April of the following year.
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Though ducks will mate at any time of the year, there are certain times of the year where the mating instinct is strongest. Ducks usually begin searching for mates soon after duckling
The mating season for mallards is usually around July. !
The male climbs on top of her back and pokes her with his u know what in her u know what.
Ehh, could be worse . Seriously though, a writer, supposedly an amateur naturalist, wrote a story for an online mag I like, and she claimed that Mallard drakes are philanderers. To
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Mallards are waterfowl wild ducks that live in the subtropical areas of Asia, North Africa and Europe. The male has green and grey colors while the female is entirely ...
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