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iN PHOTOS: Feathered families splish, splash in Kamloops, Okanagan

A Red Head duck on Kamloops Lake leads her fuzzy chicks.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Lyn MacDonald

Several photographers in the Kamloops and Okanagan area shared photographs of different species of waterfowl paddling in family groups to celebrate Family Day this month. 

These photographs will be sure to delight, with rows of fuzzy chicks swimming peacefully behind their parents and even some ducks having a water fight.

Do you have awesome photos of wildlife families taken in your neighbourhood? Please send them to news@infonews.ca 

A couple of Canada goose families swim together in the Shuswap.
A couple of Canada goose families swim together in the Shuswap.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Ann Steenhuysen

A family in of mergansers in the Shuswap.
A family in of mergansers in the Shuswap.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Ann Steenhuysen

This family of cooters were photographed in Kamloops.
This family of cooters were photographed in Kamloops.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Lyn MacDonald

A duck and its babies stay in a close group in the Shuswap.
A duck and its babies stay in a close group in the Shuswap.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Ann Steenhuysen

A photographer in the lower mainland photographed these mallard ducks having a water fight on Family Day.
A photographer in the lower mainland photographed these mallard ducks having a water fight on Family Day.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Ian McAlpine

A Canada goose wades with a gosling in the South Okanagan.
A Canada goose wades with a gosling in the South Okanagan.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/ Jodi Forster

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