Studies have shown that being outdoors and engaging with nature can increase our health and happiness - so on today's World Smile Day, we'll be sure to head outdoors and have a quacking time with our feathered friends. For other great reasons to get outdoors, see our review of the wonderful book 365 … [Read more...] about #WorldSmileDay …..having a quacking time in the great outdoors!
feeding the ducks
There's always one clever clogs who thinks they can get a snack direct from the source! However, Quack Snacks are best scattered sparingly over the water, so our friend had to head back into the water for a nutritious Quack Snack. Further Reading > Buy Quack Snacks Wild Duck Food Book … [Read more...] about Feeding the ducks at Swanpool, Falmouth Cornwall – Part III
If you're off to feed the ducks at Birmingham’s Cannon Hill Park, please take note of the signs asking you to not feed the ducks, swans and geese with bread. Instead please consider these duck and swan-safe foods and remember to feed wild ducks responsibly. Further Reading > Quack Snacks … [Read more...] about Feeding the ducks in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham
As word has spread that ducks deserve better than stale bread, businesses have started pouring duck food into plastic buckets. Plastic buckets are cheap to produce, cheap to fill and can survive the rigours of supply chains with ease. If they’re so great, you might wonder why we don’t use … [Read more...] about Is it time to kick the plastic bucket?
“Woman was not created merely to gratify the appetite of man, nor to be the upper servant, who provides his meals and takes care of his linens.” Said Mary, as she sought out more delicious @QuackSnacks. pic.twitter.com/jvh8cPDTTs — Radcliffe Observatory Ducks (@OxQuackademics) March 18, … [Read more...] about More Quack Snacks for the Oxford Quackademics