Please help me find out what's killing my Muscovy Ducks. It's not a raccoon - they normally tear off a leg or wing and only eat a small amount. Whatever is doing this, is eating almost the entire duck. All that's left is a few feathers, some of the larger bones, two wings (attached together) and two legs (attached together). A Muscovy duck is large, so I cannot imagine a mink eating the entire thing in one night. I also imagine there would be more signs of a struggle. Same with a feral cat. Could it be an owl? I caught a small feral cat in the trap overnight. It's about half the size of a dressed duck, so I cannot imagine it eating an entire duck. They live in a fenced yard with a pond. The ducks do not go inside at night - despite my constant attempts to train them. Catching them to take put them in their duck house is an all day task that usually ends with a visit to the clinic to stich up my hand or leg. They have talons, not claws. So, thoughs on what's eating them? Please help.