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Ducks and Geese Available for Adoption

Our adoption pages are Always up to date!

After surviving so much...
O
ur rescued Ducks & Geese deserve the safety of a predator-proof pen.
No Free-Range Homes Please!

Please review our Adoption Requirements carefully BEFORE completing our   Online Adoption Application.

 

Name:

Species:

Breed:

Sex:

Age:

Status:

Asaru & Dejah Voo

Ducks

Crested & Pekin

Male & Female

Spring 2007 & 2014

Available for Adoption!

Descriptors:
(See Key)  

   

Dejah Voo was dropped off and abandoned all alone in someone's yard in 2014. Only a month after arriving here at our sanctuary, this very talkative, friendly and curious girl went to join her new family, but when their living situation changed, she needed to come back to us for a safe place to stay.

Asaru was rescued in 2007 and has been adopted and returned to us twice because of changes in living situations. He's very sweet and a little shy--and the cutest little boy ever!

We would really like to find a permanent, safe and loving home for this beautiful pair of ducks!

 


Name:

Species:

Breed:

Sex:

Age:

Status:

Moose & Ruby

Ducks

Muscovy/Rouen

Male & Female

Unknown

Available for Adoption!

Descriptors:
(See Key)  

   

Employees first noticed Moose on a pond near their business in the summer of 2016. They took to feeding him and building up his trust so that he could be safely rescued. After many months of diligent attempts, rescuers finally nabbed this gorgeous guy safely utilizing a net gun!

Moose is cross between a Muscovy and (judging by size and color) Rouen duck. Hybrid Muscovy ducks are referred to as "mules" because they are infertile. Since it is illegal to breed Muscovy ducks without a permit anyway, this shouldn't matter to his new owners.

Moose is currently a bit shy, but has come a long way since arriving at our sanctuary. 

Ruby is a brown Muscovy duck who was found and rescued in a parking lot and brought to our sanctuary in July of 2017. While we're unsure of her date of hatch, we estimated her to be about a year old at that time.

She and Moose will be meeting soon and hopefully forming a love connection. Once they have bonded, we will be ready to adopt them out together!

Ruby is still new and quite shy, but we hope that will change as she becomes comfortable and settles in at our sanctuary.

***IMPORTANT***

About Muscovy ducks: Muscovy ducks make wonderful pets! They tend to be very interactive and even wag their tails when they're happy! Quieter than other ducks, males make a breathy "Huch-uch-cha" sound while females trill & squeak.

Special considerations: While we are interested in finding Moose and Ruby their new and forever home, their new owners MUST have a predator proof pen with constant aviary covering/protection overhead because Muscovy ducks can (and do) fly and escape. Wing clipping is not enough--pens must be 100% secure. We do not want any Muscovy ducks escaping into the wild where they do not belong and are currently being destroyed in many areas.

Additional considerations: Muscovy ducks have facial caruncles, which are very susceptible to cold and frostbite. They need spacious indoor accommodations for freezing weather when they should not be allowed to venture outside for long intervals (short intervals on sunny afternoons is about their limit).


Name:

Species:

Breed:

Sex:

Age:

Status:

Daisy-Siete "17"  

Duck

Muscovy

Female

May 2017

Available for Adoption!

Descriptors:
(See Key)  

   

Daisy-Siete is a human-imprinted Muscovy duck who was spoiled wonderfully by her first family, but... they could no longer keep her and surrendered her to our sanctuary.

Her original name was Daisy, but since she's our 17th Muscovy rescue, we added a little something to the end of her name to distinguish her from the other Daisy ducks who have come through our sanctuary over the years:  "Siete."

Daisy-Siete or "Seventeen" (get it?!) needs to find a new family with at least one other duck and where she will recieve LOTS and LOTS of human attention because she THRIVES on it!

***IMPORTANT***

About Muscovy ducks: Muscovy ducks make wonderful pets! They tend to be very interactive and even wag their tails when they're happy! Quieter than other ducks, males make a breathy "Huch-uch-cha" sound while females trill & squeak.

Special considerations: While we are interested in finding Daisy-Siete her new and forever home, her new owners MUST have a predator proof pen with constant aviary covering/protection overhead because Muscovy ducks can (and do) fly and escape. Wing clipping is not enough--pens must be 100% secure. We do not want any Muscovy ducks escaping into the wild where they do not belong and are currently being destroyed in many areas.

Additional considerations: Muscovy ducks have facial caruncles, which are very susceptible to cold and frostbite. They need spacious indoor accommodations for freezing weather when they should not be allowed to venture outside for long intervals (short intervals on sunny afternoons is about their limit).

 


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