Our muscovy momma's hatched their clutch about 8 days ago and the ducklings are doing wonderful! Momma is super attentive to them and they have been thriving....until I went outside this morning.... The momma and the ducklings all took off into the pond and i kept hearing a tiny cheep cheep noise on the bank around their nesting spot. I finally located a baby duck that had been left behind when the crew took to the water. By this time the other ducklings were clear on the other side and so I took the baby and waited for the mom to get near the bank. When she did I put the duckling in the water, it cheeped and slowly swam over to momma. Well then they all took off swimming again and despite the baby's best efforts it was left behind again. I repeated this about 4 times and each time it tried to follow, could not keep up, and just ended up chirping by itself in the water. So now I have the duckling with me and not super sure what to do next. I know that ducks are better when paired and not sure if I should keep attempting to get it back with the flock considering it keeps getting left behind or try to raise it myself then introduce it back when it is bigger.... Advice? Thoughts?