I have 2 week old ducklings and I need to start preparing for their outdoor accommodations. I am in the process of building a duck house and I debated between a permanent wire fence and an electric net fence. I live on the edge of the wilderness and am very worried about predators of all shapes and sizes. I decided that I would skip right to the electric net fence (electronet) to protect them from predators. However, I am worried that the electronet will not be enough to deter predators at night. I have heard that ducks would rather not go in their house at night, so I am wondering whether the electronet would keep them safe if they were to stay out of their house at night. I have plans to cover the area enclosed by the electronet with deer netting to protect from aerial predators. So, I'm wondering whether I also need to create a permanent outdoor enclosure with wire fencing that is connected to their duck house. Also, at what age can ducklings be enclosed in electronet? I bought poultry netting so the space between the openings near the bottom of the fence are closer together. I was thinking that I could put them in the fencing without it being electrified until they are older, but I dont want them to get used to the unelectric fence ... Does anyone have experience with electronet and ducks/ducklings?