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Kids watch eggs turn into ducklings at John Deere Pavilion

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Visitors at the John Deere Pavilion can witness nature before their very eyes.

Ducks at all stages of life are in plain view from hatching, to sprouting feathers, to play time.

Click here to see ducklings change from eggs in the incubator to just-hatched and roaming in their playground.

The ducklings will be at the pavilion until Monday, April 21. Children can make their own duck hat as part of the April Kid’s Craft Day.

“Historically, this has been one of our best attended Kid’s Craft events,” said Kristen Veto, assistant manager of the John Deere Pavilion. “Not only are they incredibly cute to see, but it is a fantastic educational opportunity for children to watch the process as it happens. It’s not something you get to see everyday!”

The Pavilion is open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday.