Whether the hawks, bass, and turtles (and others) got there before the ducks or they eat them, it's a nice scene.
Yes Jerry, up here in the north the Snapping Turtle, along with a full grown Muskellunge or Great Northern Pike can be/are the scourge of the breeding ponds. Many of our very young Ducks, Loons, Mergansers and Swans are but a tasty tidbit to them. Much like the Gators of the southern states whom also have a taste for a good meal of poultry. Once saw a large gator on a canal in Shark Valley Florida take down a adult Great Blue Heron in one quick lunge.