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Ankara Eryaman Göksu parkında yeşil başlı iki centilmen ördeğin duruşları,yüzüşleri ,bakışları ve birlikte zarif hareketleri o kadar güzel ve ahenk içindeki bu zerafet timsali kuşlara ve bu güzelliği yaratan Yaradan'ın sanatına hayran kalmamak mümkün değil.
Mesnevi'de geçtiği gibi " Basar masnuatı görüp de, basiret Sânii görmezse çok garip ve pek çirkin düşer."
Yani "Göz sanat eserlerini görüpte akılgözü Sanatkarı görmezse çok garip ve pek çirkin düşer"

Yeşilbaş ördek 56–65 cm boyunda olup, kanat açıklığı 81–98 cm, ve ağırlığı 908-1589 gramdır. Erkeğinin üreme döneminde, parlak yeşil bir başı, siyah kuyruğu ve altında siyah çizgi olan sarı bir gagası vardır. Dişisi açık kahverengidir, ve koyu kahverengi gagası vardır. Yine de, hem erkek hem de dişi yeşilbaşın kanadının ucunda etrafı beyaz, mor bir benek vardır, ki bu benek ancak kuş uçarken ya da dinlenirken görülür. üreme döneminin dışında erkeği dişisine benzer, ama hala sarı gagasından ve kızıl kahverengi gerdanından onu ayırt etmek mümkündür.

Esaret altındaki yeşilbaşların, doğadakini andıran, beyazla karışık bir tüy örtüsüne sahip olur. Ayrıca bu renk farklılığı et ya da yumurta için yetiştirilmeyen evcil ördeklerde de görülür (ev hayvanları, kuşhane kuşları v.b.). vikipedi



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Two green-headed gentleman ducks with stances, swimming, and eyes so beautiful and elegant movements in harmony were very nice in Ankara Eryaman Goksu park. it is not possible not to admire the epitome of elegance and the beauty of the birds and the artwork of Art-Maker God.

"Eyes of a person saw artwork like this ,but eyes of his mind did not see the wonderful master of this art, then it is very strange and very ugly."
"Since a letter cannot exist without showing the one who wrote it, and an artistic inscription cannot exist without making known its inscriber, how is it that an inscriber who writes a huge book in a single letter and inscribes a thousand inscriptions in a single inscription, should not be known through his writing and through his inscribing?" from Mesnevi-i Nuriye

The Mallard is 50–65 cm (20–26 in) long (of which the body makes up around two-thirds), has a wingspan of 81–98 cm (32–39 in),[8] and weighs 0.72–1.58 kg (1.6–3.5 lb).[9][10] The breeding male is unmistakable, with a bright bottle-green head, black rear end and a yellowish orange (can also contain some red) bill tipped with black (as opposed to the black/orange bill in females). It has a white collar which demarcates the head from the purple-tinged brown breast, grey brown wings, and a pale grey belly. The dark tail has white borders.[11] The female Mallard is a mottled light brown, like most female dabbling ducks, and has buff cheeks, eyebrow, throat and neck with a darker crown and eye-stripe.[11] However, both the female and male Mallards have distinct purple speculum edged with white, prominent in flight or at rest (though temporarily shed during the annual summer moult). Upon hatching, the plumage colouring of the duckling is yellow on the underside and face (with streaks by the eyes) and black on the backside (with some yellow spots) all the way to the top and back of the head. Its legs and bill are also black. As it nears a month in age, the duckling's plumage will start becoming drab, looking more like the female (though its plumage is more streaked) and its legs will lose their dark grey colouring.[11] Two months after hatching, the fledgling period has ended and the duckling is now a juvenile. Between three to four months of age, the juvenile can finally begin flying as its wings are fully developed for flight (which can be confirmed by the sight of purple speculum feathers). Its bill will soon lose its dark grey colouring and its sex can finally be distinguished by three factors. The bill colouring is yellow in males, black and orange for females. The breast feathers are reddish-brown for males, brown for females. The centre tail feather is curled for males (called a drake feather), straight for females[citation needed] from vikipedi

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