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Mallards Fly North

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Mallards Fly North. Migrating Mallard Ducks in Early Spring, headed towards Canada. South Dakota Prairie Stock ImagesMallards Fly North. Migrating Mallard Ducks in Early Spring, headed towards Canada. South Dakota PrairieFlock of mallards in the air. Several male and female mallards fly south for the winter through Fairbanks, Alaska Stock PhotoFlock of mallards in the air. Several male and female mallards fly south for the winter through Fairbanks, AlaskaPair of Mallards in Flight. Pair of Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) in Flight Against a Blue Sky Stock PhotographyPair of Mallards in Flight. Pair of Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) in Flight Against a Blue SkyThe Female Mallard - Suzy. It is estimated that there are currently around 10 million mallard ducks of breeding age in North America. There are more mallard Stock ImagesThe Female Mallard - Suzy. It is estimated that there are currently around 10 million mallard ducks of breeding age in North America. There are more mallardDuck wading in the water. A lone duck and its reflection in the rippling water as it wades in a lake Royalty Free Stock ImageDuck wading in the water. A lone duck and its reflection in the rippling water as it wades in a lakeDucks on a frozen lake. A pair of Mallard ducks resting on the ice on a frozen lake Royalty Free Stock ImagesDucks on a frozen lake. A pair of Mallard ducks resting on the ice on a frozen lake