All over youtube I've seen ducks trained in similar ways to other pets. I'm really good at training animals (mammals) and kids lol. But not really to do tricks. More Dog Whisper style. I'm having no luck with the ducks though. I haven't tried real hard to be fair. And I've 'trained' them to be like wild ducks. A few things are starting to bug me tho. All my fault.. They have very much formed a flock, and don't treat me like a part of it. They "decide" went to do what I want. Things as basic as following or coming when I say. Things they used to always do. Today, for the first time I did something I'm personally against, and makes me feel 'cheap.' I used food lol Even with the food, they're not even close to 100%. Sometimes all it takes is 1-3 that are either with me, or against me, either way that influences the group waayyy more than me. If I'm in front of them, with food, ok they'll eat. If I start putting some distance, it all becomes a group decision. My wants are simple. They always used to come when I said to. I want that back. That's really the main one. I'm trying to take them to new areas. I feel sooo cheap using food. And not good about resorting to that, and not succeeding. Did I just make them grow-up and that's that? Its very teenage childlike. They're cool with me, they like me. We can all be sitting together. But if they can tell I'm trying to 'manipulate' them, it changes. They'll start running away from me if I want them to come! And other similar things. After that, I might be interested in other training stuff. For the most part they are trained how I want. Not going in the pool, garden, pond, etc. But this video I thought was awesome, worth sharing. Makes me want them to AT LEAST obey me P.S. Is there a way to post videos like this using the mobile version of the site?