Ever since my male call drake was attacked by a fox (Mohammed if you've read the other threads, narrowly escaping with his life) he and his lady duck Daphne have been acting very strangely. After making a full recovery after a long (and expensive) stint at the vets Mohammed returned home and things went back to the relative norm. However now, a month and a half after the incident, they both have only stubs of wings left and cannot fly at all any more, not even hover! When we try and help them along as we used to by releasing them waist height they literally plop to the floor without even opening them. On inspection when we open their wings they have only stubs left, no longer feathers at all and they look extremely raw. We have been watching them on our sofa for the past hour as well and she is actually ripping any leftover feathers out and eating them. We've never seen them act this way before, it's very worrying, they are beloved pets. She in particular is displaying some peculiar behaviour - fanning up any feathers she has left and bending low as if wanting him to mount... (we're worried it's because Mohammed with his hobble (after the fox attack)) cannot have duck intercourse with her any more!) and then after being rejected she topples around quite a lot. REALLY worried, no idea what to do, we don't think it's mites or anything because all of their body feathers are perfectly in tact, it's just what is left of their wings... help! Grateful for ANY advice at all. Thanks.