My neighbor adopted 6 khaki Campbell ducklings in the spring. I've been helping to care for them, and have grown quite attached. The ducks did not have adequate housing until a few days ago, when my husband, neighbor and I built a pretty sweet enclosure for them. It's 6' x 20', with a large duck bedroom, and large open area (enclosed with hardware cloth. It's definitely predator proof with plenty of room. The first night, it took over an hour to get the ducks inside (and with the help of 6 other friends). It was suggested to us that we leave the ducks in their new house for about 5 days, to get used to it. (This advice by a chicken owner). My neighbor seems reluctant to let them back outside, even after 5 days, because they were difficult to get in the house in the first place. Any suggestions on how to best get them in their enclosure at night? I'll likely be doing this on my own, and I feel really guilty about them being inside for so long.