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Eider Duck with Chicks

A female Eider duck looking after its chicks.  Taken on the Farne Islands on 31 May 18.

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Eider Duck

Here are a couple of shots of a male eider duck relaxing in the sun.

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Eider Duck

Here are a few shots of an eider duck and what I believe is a juvenile eider whilst out and about in Broughty Ferry on the outskirts of Dundee, Scotland.  The eider is the UK’s heaviest and fastest flying duck and both a colourful and remarkable looking bird.

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