It’s springtime and the weather is warming, and it’s a great time to view ducks and other water birds in your favorite lake or pond. Many times, however, the birds are too far out in the water to be able to see them up close and identify them. If you’ve encountered this problem, our library has a resource for you: Ducks at a Distance from the Colorado Division of Wildlife. This handy guide will help you to identify waterfowl even when you can’t get a close-up inspection. Check it out!
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