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Ducks and Geese Adopted

Here are photos of the ducks and geese that we have placed in permanent homes so far. We love to hear from their new families. If you have updated photos of a duck or goose you have adopted from us, or a story to share about them, please email us, so we can update this page for you.


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Tugger, Popcorn and Friday were all rescued from a park. The trio was placed together into a wonderful home. Although all three drakes were a bit shy, Popcorn often showed us his sweet side by allowing us to hold and pet him without protest. The trio began responding to human interaction during their few-week-stay at our sanctuary. We are certain that they will become even friendlier guys with time and TLC, and they went to just the right home to get all the attention they deserve!

Tugger, Popcorn and Friday were all rescued from a park. The trio was placed together into a wonderful home. Although all three drakes were a bit shy, Popcorn often showed us his sweet side by allowing us to hold and pet him without protest. The trio began responding to human interaction during their few-week-stay at our sanctuary. We are certain that they will become even friendlier guys with time and TLC, and they went to just the right home to get all the attention they deserve!

Pia came from an overcrowded home. She was deprived of food and water before the SPCA brought her to us along with a number of hens.

Pia went to live with a Mallard drake named Joey. She is enjoying deluxe accommodations and being cared for by a loving family.


Daphnee was a Muscovy duck who brought to us by rescuers who found her struggling on the bank of an apartment complex pond.

She could not walk, so we brought her to our vet for an x-ray. Sadly, it revealed that her knee and hip joints had all been dislocated. Apparently she had been frozen into the ice and when she pulled herself out, she dislocated her joints. To make matters worse, the x-ray also revealed that she had ingested a needle (hardware disease).

Daphnee was euthanized to prevent her from experiencing any further pain or discomfort.


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