ARTHUR'S

Ducks, Geese, Swans

 CLIPART

Free duck clipart, duck images, duck illustrations, drake pictures, gif bitmap graphics, goose, gander, drake,swan, geese, anatidae, sygnet, muscovy, American pekin, mallard, duckling, rouen, gosling is of large format and is suitable for presentations and projects and school usage for both students and educaters etc. The large images are too big for use on the internet. However you may use the thumbnail clip art pictures for web pages. Selections of both colour and black and white clip art are available, tha latter are suitable for coloring books. Please do not use them in any other collections of clipart.  

To download a thumbnail left click on the picture and then "Save As" to a directory of your choice. To download the full size image, first right click on the thumbnail and then left click on the full size image and "Save As" to a directory of your choice. This free clip art is of large format and is suitable for presentations and projects and school usage for both students and educaters etc. The large images are too big for use on the internet. However you may use the thumbnail clip art pictures for web pages. Selections of both colour and black and white clip art are available, tha latter are suitable for coloring books. Please do not use them in any other collections of clipart.

The 150 or so species (family ANATIDAE) of ducks, geese and swans populate all continents except Antarctica. They inhabit lakes, ocean, bays, marshes and ponds, from the icy extremes of the Arctic Circle to the steamy depths of equatorial rainforests. They range in size from the diminutive pygmy geese weighing in at less than a pound at 285 grams, to the swans tipping the scales at 12 Kg (27lbs) or more. As apparent as their variety, is an undeniable connection with this group and mankind, a connection which goes beyond the musing at feathered friends at feeders, or the dazzling delight of hummingbirds, or poetic songs of thrushes and wrens.

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Last updated June, 2014