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- A decoy (derived from the duck-coy, "duck cage") is usually a person, device, or event meant as a distraction, to hide what an individual or a group might...
- A duck decoy is a device to capture wild ducks or other species of waterfowl. Formerly the birds were slaughtered and used for food. Decoys had an advantage...
- A duck decoy is a man-made object resembling a real duck. Duck decoys are sometimes used in duck hunting to attract real ducks. Duck decoys were historically...
- Duck decoy is an ambiguous term which may be applied to: Duck decoy (structure), a device used to catch wildfowl consisting of a central pond and radiating...
- trapped using duck decoys. Because an idle floating duck or a duck squatting on land cannot react to fly or move quickly, "a sitting duck" has come to...
- goal of a duck call is to sound like a realistic live duck, in attempts to decoy, or fool a duck into believing the decoys that are seen by a duck, and the...
- The Boarstall Duck Decoy is a 17th-century duck decoy located in Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, England, and now a National Trust property. At one time a...
- the breed are from the Netherlands where it was used as a decoy and known as a coy or decoy duck. The high-pitched distinctive call was used to lure other...
- Hale Duck Decoy is a duck decoy and nature reserve near the village of Hale, in Halton, Cheshire, England. The site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and...
- Book of Duck Decoys - Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey, 1886 (full text) British Duck Decoys of To-Day, 1918 - Joseph Whitaker (full text) Midwest Decoy Collectors...
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