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Yes, if they have a steady food source.
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Mallards and other ducks (and geese) migrate yearly. During the winter, they fly south to warmer areas so that they can still live on open water and find food. They fly north …again in spring.
Yes, the mallard duck does indeed migrate. This species of duck migrates during the winter and also for breeding purposes.
it will probably eliminate some of their food supply, they will probably migrate to another pond.
Mallards migrate to and from various places. Mallards spent their winters throughout the United States, with the highest densities typically recorded during winter surveys… along the Mississippi Flyway from Cape Girardeau, Mo., to the Gulf of Mexico.
In the spring (breeding season) mallards can be found in Northern United States, throughtout Canada (prefer Prairie Region due to the number of wetlands), up to the Alaskan co…ast on the Bering Sea. In the fall, migrate south to warm climates where food is readily available. Can be found in the United States and Mexico and southern parts of British Columbia, Alberta.
The mallard duck will let the gasses combust and fart to scare the predators away. If it doesn't scare them then they yell YOLO and die. C=3 C=3 C=3 C=3 C=3
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Yes, it is particularly migratory in the northernmost areas of it habitat. It tends to migrate further south to winter.
I live in a park where there are mallard duckswhich I feed. Would these park ducks migrate if they were not fed?
Yes they would. You should not feed wild ducks, they will become dependent on you feeding them and they will die when you stop, because they will lose the ability to find food… themselves. If you continue to feed them anyway, do NOT feed them bread, it is extremely bad for them. Bread fills them up but gives them no nutrients, and they will die from malnutrition. Also if too much bread is given to them they can sink and drown.
Why a leopard may not survive the winter, lack of prey, weather conditions.
Muscovies are known to have ducklings at very odd times and unless she is able to keep them fed and watered with a light to keep them warm, they are doomed. They cant stay und…er her at all times for they a destined to starve. Enclose them and provide a light so they can eat without freezing.
no,because if ducks could survive in the winter they would be like a polar bear or a penguin =p but thanks for your question
It must be warm enough where you are for them to live year-round. Where I live, in northern Idaho, robins do migrate south to where it is warmer. In Massachusetts, the robins… do migrate but robins from further north (Canada) often winter here making it seem that the local robins stay all winter.
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iIt could get to cold and they could either starve or die form it being to cold