Ducks Eat Storybook Land!

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The OC Register’s Around Disney blog reports on the removal of the easter decorations from Storybook Land Canal Boats, as well as easter related events being held, and not being held this weekend at the Disneyland Resort:

Are ducks the cause for removal of Fantasyland’s Easter decorations?

Disney’s D23 website reported a few weeks ago that, “the Storybook Land Canal boats are now carrying spring flowers and baskets of Easter eggs are at some homes along the canal.”

We stopped by to check out the new decor, only to find that the Easter decor is no more.  Some Disney cast members say that pesky ducks were eating the eggs, so they had to be removed.

“The team over there acknowledges that ducks (and sometimes cats) cause occasional problems in Storybookland,” Disney spokesman John McClintock confirmed.  “They reiterate, however, that ‘the baskets were removed because they are not part of those stories’.”

Easter events at Disneyland

The traditional Easter brunch at the Disneyland Hotel has been canceled this year. However, there will be a Mother’s Day brunch on May 10 at the Disneyland Hotel’s Grand Ballroom.

Disneyland Hotel guests can participate in an Easter Egg Hunt on the lawns of the Disneyland Hotel. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt for ages 6 and under at 9:30 a.m. Easter Day, Sunday, April 12, on the “Neverland Glen” lawn at the Hotel, and another at 10 a.m. for ages 7 and older on the “Dreams Lawn.”  It is recommended that guests register in advance with Hotel Guest Services.