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022 BOTTOMS UP - MALLARD DUCKS
Nebraska Sandhills. A mallard pair gets down to business, feeding on aquatic vegetation in a sandhills wetland. Mallards are one of the most widespread and adaptable species of ducks, and are common breeders throughout the plain states. A species of puddle duck, they prefer shallow, quiet or slowly flowing waters surrounded by grasslands.