Waterfowl in the Spring

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Waterfowl in the Spring is a short film from 1953. It is held in the Prelinger Archives collection.

Presents close-ups of many North American ducks including the canvasback, the ruddy duck, green-winged and blue-winged teal, a drake mallard, and a pintail. Depicts a female redhead and a female gadwall at their nests, as well as newly hatched shovellers. Shows scenes of flocks of blue, snow, and Canadian geese, whistling swans, pied-billed and western grebes, and marsh hawks.

Waterfowl in the Spring
Produced byMinneapolis-Moline Company.
Minneapolis-Moline Company.
Distributed byMinneapolis-Moline Company.
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