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Double post  on the pics sorry yall


Edited by destinduck - 4/19/13 at 7:44am
Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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The male not happy Im in the pen.

 

Male fixing to take off (they are full winged birds)

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks Danny. I love em. Im  guessing you havent kept any in a long time and you dont keep any magellans or other shelgeese at the present time. Me or Kansaskid can put you in touch with who I got mine from if you want to get back into keeping some. Im such a bird enabler.lol!  I found somebody that will test for me here(west nile anyway) if any sadly but mysteriously die. I let the mom do the whole deal last time. Dont know if I mentioned it here but only had  one gosling anyway the other six or seven eggs were not fertille. This time I took the first three eggs she laid and put them in a bator and she is may be starting to set on these six I believe.

Eggs in the barrel

This is what they look like bothered, lol

 

 

Took these pics today


Edited by destinduck - 4/19/13 at 7:56am
Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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Update' Only one egg in the bator that was fertile. She is sitting on the others. Havent candled them to see if they are fertile.May do it tonight or when I can catch her off the nest.

Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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Update' Only one egg in the bator that was fertile. She is sitting on the others. Havent candled them to see if they are fertile.May do it tonight or when I can catch her off the nest.

hope some hatch!fl.gif

post #55 of 57
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Thanks. The one in the bator was still born .But went outside this morning and lo and behold, gosling in the pen.! But only one again this time  as well. Oh well, one is better than none I guess.

Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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Quack Addict.  About 60 exotic and migratory waterfowl here but love to hunt ducks as well. Ironic huh? Also raise some ornamental pheasants and some peafowl as well. And a very understanding wife of over 25 years!                                                                                                                           
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post #56 of 57
Congrats!
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Have you had any luck with them?
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