August 28, 2014
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For seven years, mallards have raised broods of ducklings in the science building courtyard at Ferris High School. This year a hen and two of her offspring hens raised broods where students could see them daily as the went to class.
Mallards have raised a bumper crop of ducklings in the science building courtyard at Ferris High School, where students roamed daily.
This duckling is one of three survivors from a late hatch among three broods in the crowded quarters at Ferris.
Mallard hens squabble occasionally to defend their chicks and territory in the science courtyard at Ferris High School.
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