Duck Homework.. help please

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  1. lovesduckies

    lovesduckies Bedroom Farm Inc.

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    Hello fellow duck owners!! i am currently in a speech class for school (it was a required class), and i have decided to my speech on ducks... again. LOL. The first one i did for my class was about my ducks and now this speech is about the difference in domesticated ducks and wild ducks and then i am going to close it out with why it is a horrible idea to release a human imprinted duck into the wild. i am hoping this is spread and all the students tell other people. for this particular speech i need 5-7 sources and my teacher would like them to be different kinds (newspapers, magazines, journals, books, etc.) does any one know of any? please please please let me know. i know it's last minute but i need to do this today cuz it's due tomorrow. i didn't procrastinate, my bro is here from afghanistan on leave and i was gone all weekend.

    thank you in advance!! [​IMG]
     
  2. chikky

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    Good luck! I think you'll educate a lot of people with your subject.
     
  3. lovesduckies

    lovesduckies Bedroom Farm Inc.

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    thank you soooo much bff!!!

    chikky, i really hope i do educate people [​IMG] it's my goal that's why i chose this topic [​IMG]
     
  4. duckluck

    duckluck Dulcimyrh Ducks

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    If the speech goes well, you might want to submit it to a local paper, because this is word that really needs to get out with winter coming on...I know someone who just rescued a large African goose that was dumped at a retention pond in an industrial park.
     
  5. Becky89*

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    I've done speeches on my Pekin ducks. Dominic has even gone to class with me.
     

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