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About an hour later, Cizek says he saw the large group again. This time they were resting on the beach, just beginning to get back into the water.
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It was a pretty remarkable experience, so I tried my hardest to get a photo. He lucked out with a great shot, and instantly knew people would love it. Upon returning home, Cizek began researching bird books, trying to figure out if what he witnessed was normal, and how and why it happens. A female duck usually lays around a dozen eggs, but can successfully incubate up to about 20 eggs.
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Since he first saw the giant duck squad, Cizek has encountered the group several more times. When he saw them again in mid-July, the brood had increased to So far she is doing a great job looking after them. I have seen a few local people also post photos to Facebook after they saw my post.
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Spent another morning with the mergansers. They are growing so fast.
They continue to venture further out on their own, but as soon as Mama Merganser starts heading somewhere, they all quickly follow suite. If you have opted in for our browser push notifications, and you would like to opt-out, please refer to the following instructions depending on your device and browser.
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Interfering carries the risk of the mother flying away and abandoning the ducklings. Found an injured wild animal?
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Found a duckling? In most cases the duckling will be fine, but look out for the below to make sure. If the duckling is sick or injured, find out what to do with an injured wild animal Capture and boxing baby ducks If it's safe to catch and handle the duckling then, wearing suitable gloves, place it into a secure ventilated cardboard box, lined with towel or newspaper do not offer food or water.
Nearest wildlife centre It's often faster to take an animal to a wildlife rehabilitator yourself, as your nearest RSPCA Officer may be out of the area attending other calls. Find your nearest wildlife rehabilitator Please don't try to rear a duckling yourself, they need expert care and special facilities if they're to survive well in the wild.
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Found ducklings in a high nest Nests up to four meters high the first floor of a normal house are fine, but anything higher than this we recommend contacting us. In most cases it's best to leave a duck family alone The mother duck will know what she's doing and is best placed to care for her young. Wildlife rehabilitation Find out more about the work we do rehabilitating wild animals. What to do with injured wild animals Found an injured wild animal?
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