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1. Ducklings are very possessive. The first thing they see they believe it is their mother. If you are raising multiple ducklings with no mom they will bond together and nothing will tear them apart. If one of your ducklings gets left alone it will quack and peep for hours. If you are only raising one baby duck it will need human bond and become attached to its human handler. Keep in mind if you intend on keeping them as pets or releasing them back in the wild.

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West Seattle Blog… | FOUND BABY DUCK: Pet or wild?

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Back in the springtime, around the end of April I was on our boat dock fishing. I looked under our picnic table and saw a single egg, just sitting there all alone on the dock. It was if the mother duck just hopped up on the dock, laid an egg and left! My teenage girls are very active in their high school FFA program (Future Farmers of America). They took the egg to school the next day and placed it in the incubator with some other duck and chicken eggs that were being hatched. I wasn't even sure if the egg was viable, but I figured it was worth seeing if anything would hatch out. After about 2 weeks my daughter sent me a text message from school telling me our egg had hatched and we were now the proud parents of a baby duckling. We brought our duckling home with a buddy (they do better in pairs) and had everything we needed to care for them until they were big enough to venture out onto the lake as adult ducks. We live right on Lake Norman so they would have plenty of room to swim. After about 2 months the baby ducks had grown into full sized ducks. They would waddle around in the yard, eating bugs and grass eventually taking to the lake to swim. It has been a joy to watch these creatures grow. From one little lone abandoned egg to a full grown duck (plus a duck friend).


With the Easter holiday approaching, baby ducklings often find their way into gift baskets, but with some forethought, knowledge, and planning these little darlings can become treasured members of the family. Here is some useful information for those who might be considering a duck as a pet. Ducks are wonderfully hardy, inexpensive, and easy to care for. They can live up to 20 years and make gentle and amusing pets. However, before choosing a duck as a pet, there are several important points to remember: Pekin Ducks swim at just days old, but their feathers are not fully developed enough to keep them warm and dry. Baby ducks are not producing the oils needed as a water barrier. Their mothers, in nature, keep a careful watch on her ducklings and don't allow them to swim in the water for too long periods of time. If a human is raising baby ducks, they must not allow the ducklings to swim unattended and for long periods as they could drown. The pet baby ducks will get fatigued quickly without guidance and before you know it, something tragic happens to them. So be very carful when introducing them to the water for the first time. It's best to start the ducklings in a shallow enough pool or in this case, a sink where they can touch the bottom. I started with the baby ducks in a shallower pool, but when they started diving, I gave them some more room to dive under the water since they were handling it well. After they burned off the bulk of their energy, I took them out so they could dry off under the heat lamp. You will notice them shivering if it's too cold so have a warm towel ready for them to stand on when they get out of the pool. They will shake that water off and start drying, but you don't want them to get a chill, so get them back under that heat lamp as soon as you can.