Last week when I put the ducks in for the evening, I noticed that Davey, my white call drake, was dumpy acting. Upon closer examination, I thought his eyes looked a little crusty. I put him in a carrier with some terramycin overnite. He didn't seem better, so I continued for a few days, read all that I could, and also bought some terramycin for his eyes and applied it. He couldn't see. Bumping into stuff, not leading the pack, not flying, so on. I found a vet that does birds and took him. They gave him some under the skin hydration and a shot of antibiotics/anti-inflammatory. The next day, he started eating again, a little more perky. So I continued 2 more doses of meds - injections at home. He appears to feel much better, but he just can't see. I don't get it. His eyes aren't cloudy or anything, just unresponsive. It appears that whatever happened did so quite suddenly. He was fine 10 days ago. I think I'll take him back to the vet tomorrow to have blood drawn to determine the possible cause of his blindness. These guys are so babied - I'd give them blankies and pillows at night if I thought they'd like it. I'm a little concerned that if he has some kind of virus it could possibly be transmitted to the others. Does anyone out there have any experience with this type of situation? Poor little guy....If he really is not going to get his sight back, I'll have to clip a wing...yesterday he got spooked and flew into the garage - I sure can't risk any more of that.