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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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Mademoisele Fifi was abandoned on a pond. Locals contacted wildlife rehabbers thinking that something was wrong with her because of her chaotic feathers. Her feathers are normal enough, but she is a domestic and did not belong in the wild.

Fifi is a sweet goose who approached us and ate out of our hands the first day of her arrival.

Tutter, Angelo, Bindy and Tova's family heard she was coming to us and immediately asked to adopt her. We approved and even hand delivered her to their home!

 


 

Daisy May lost her home and came to our sanctuary on 10/13/07. She arrived with Bunky, Pretty Girl Gandolf, Merry & Pippin (2 geese & 2 ducks). They were all fawned over by their prior owner, but unfortunately she became ill and could no longer keep her flock.  We adopted four members of the flock out together, but could see that Daisy wasn't really bonded with them. We kept her here with us at the sanctuary and were on the verge of retiring her, and granting her a lifelong stay.

Daisy May fell suddenly ill one Wednesday evening and died on in our arms early the following morning on 8/21/08. Her necropsy was performed within hours and a UCONN Pathologist confirmed that she had died of Peritonitis resulting from ovarian cancer. It could not have been prevented or remedied. In honor of her passing, we officially retired her to our sanctuary. She was cremated and has rejoined us forever.

Daisy May had a very unique call and she loved to chat, and we will always remember her feistiness.  As small as she was, Daisy May liked to be the girl in charge. It was her way or HER WAY! She didn't really like the act of being caught, but once in our arms, she would settle right in and relax for a good petting. She also hovered very close to us when we visited her pen. She knew she was apt to get a big, juicy nightcrawler if she stood first in line, and so she did.

She will never be forgotten...

Click Here to learn more about Daisy May


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