On Duck Watching

(Toledo, OH) I spend more than a few minutes a week at Toledo's Foxglove Meadow Park, and I find it peaceful to engage in the activity of duck watching, which I much prefer to sitting home and thinking about student loan consolidation.

Perhaps my fascination with ducks can be traced to growing up in the city of Detroit, where my neighborhoods provided little in the way of wildlife beyond loose dogs and junkies.

Seeing ducks in Detroit was limited to places like Belle Isle and Palmer Park, and the neighborhood parks were better known for illegal activity than communing with nature.

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Blogger Hooda Thunkit said...


Are Junkies considered fauna or flora?


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