Quack Snacks here we come! pic.twitter.com/ANmr5N6pcl
— Rosalind Maud (@RosalindMaud) October 29, 2017
A wonderful video of Swans racing for some Quack Snacks – thanks @RosalindMaud
Team Quack Snacks parked up in Bridgnorth’s Low Town and enjoyed a lovely walk beside the River Severn in Severn Park.
Sadly, there were also people dumping carrier bags full of bread for crowds of ducks and geese by the road bridge on the Low Town side of the river. On the other side, an ice cream shop were offering broken ice cream cones as duck food. Sugary broken cones can’t really be considered as healthy duck food – in fact, you’d be paying to throw the shop’s rubbish into the river!
After a delicious lunch and latte in the No.92 Coffee Lounge, the Quack Snacks team enjoyed a leisurely stroll around Stourbridge’s Mary Stevens Park – including a stop to offer some Quack Snacks Duck Food to the local wildfowl!
We were pleased to find a great sign advising people about the problem of feeding bread to the ducks. It’s also good to see they advise feeding only small amounts of food – overfeeding too much of a good thing can still be bad! Unfortunately, a short walk from the sign we passed people tossing a loaf of bread into Heath Pool.