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Ducks and Geese Retired at Our Sanctuary

 

Sorry, these Ducks are NOT available for adoption!


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Miracle

Duck

Khaki mix

Female

Est. Spring 2015

Majestic Resident

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Our little Miracle was rescued from a pond where she had been abandoned despite her visual impairment (or perhaps because of it). Once we heard she was out in the wild all alone, calling for other ducks, we couldn't wait for her to arrive at our sanctuary!

Although completely blind, Miracle adapted to her new situation here and mastered her pen area in about six weeks. She is currently doing extremely well and is very friendly!


 

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Asaru & Dejah Voo

Ducks

Crested & Pekin

Male & Female

Spring 2007 & 2014

Majestic Resident

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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!

Asaru has lost his vision due to cataracts and has been passed over for adoption for so long, we decided to retire the pair. He can still get around extremely well and is otherwise very healthy and follows Dejah Voo everywhere!


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Evie

Duck

Pekin

Female

Est: Spring 2012

Majestic Resident

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Evie and her boyfriend Steve-O were discovered living in a small canal in 2012 when a new family moved to the area. For years they helped take care of the abandoned ducks, but when Evie broke her toes in January of 2018, they caught the pair, took her to the vet, and then brought both of them to us for continued care and safety.

After spending many weeks relaxing on very soft pine shavings in our infirmary while her broken and dislocated toes healed, Evie has finally moved outside and  isback with her Steve-O again!

Sadly, Steve-O fell suddenly ill and had to be comfortably eased over to the other side in early February of 2020 when diagnosed with advanced liver cancer.


 

When one of our beloved friends, Lew Maruzo, fell terminally ill, we took custody of his flock of 5 Domestic Mallards and he visited them here for a couple of years.

In the spring of 2021 Peter & Peabody both turned 19 years old!

Peter & Peabody (& Pauly passed away in 2020):


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