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And, naturally, since pairing has begun, the drakes will be right alongside.
About 6:40 a single drake wood duck dropped over the trees and toward our decoys, but then lifted higher and out of range.
Hautman's winning painting shows a drake and hen mallard drifting in for a landing, wings extended, in the foreground with other ducks in the distance.
Hunters regularly travel from across the continent to the marshes of South Louisiana for the opportunity to kill a drake canvasback over decoys.
Their squids struggle to free themselves from jaws of king eider drakes.
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Origin and Etymology of drake
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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