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Resources About Ducks

Nutritional, habitat, and social recommendations for ducklings in an animal sanctuary environment!
Nutritional, habitat, and social recommendations for ducklings in an animal sanctuary environment!
An image of two white domesticated geese standing in front of two grey domesticated geese, with a Canada goose in the background.
Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
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Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
Want to learn more about how to safely catch stray birds for your animal organization? Check out Part II of our four part series!
Do you know how to differentiate between normal and concerning when observing duck residents?
Do you know how to differentiate between normal and concerning when observing duck residents?
Everything you wanted to know (and some stuff you probably didn’t) about duck health checkups!
Everything you wanted to know (and some stuff you probably didn't) about duck health checkups!
HPAI prevention methods and biosecurity protocols in a simple bulleted checklist format.
HPAI prevention methods and biosecurity protocols in a simple bulleted checklist format.
An infographic with key points to help your sanctuary protect your avian residents from avian influenza.
An infographic with key points to help your sanctuary protect your avian residents from avian influenza.
An introductory guide to avian influenza including answers to the most frequently asked questions about this disease.
An introductory guide to avian influenza including answers to the most frequently asked questions about this disease.
Here’s a free downloadable brochure that you can print and provide to animal sanctuary visitors who express interest in providing lifelong care to domesticated
Here's a free downloadable brochure that you can print and provide to animal sanctuary visitors who express interest in providing lifelong care to domesticated ducks!

Fun Facts About Ducks

Ducks have the ability to control each of their eyes independently. The information they take in with one eye is stored in their memory on the opposite side of their brain!
Waterfowl will communicate with others in the nest to synchronize their development in order to try and hatch around the same time. They also learn to recognize the sound of their mother’s voice nearby.
Their bills of ducks are highly sensitive with many touch receptors, similar to those in our fingertips and palms!

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