Wood Ducklings Take a Leap of Faith on the Day They Hatch

Wood ducks make a nest high in the trees to protect their eggs from predatory woodpeckers, raccoons, snakes and alligators. Although the eggs are laid over a two-week period they all hatch on the same day and the mother has just minutes to get the twelve noisy chicks to safety.
Aired: 6/29/2016 | 0:02:50
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