Okay, here is a picture of Chance, the little duckling who hatched out with crippled legs. I am open to suggestions for helping him: The leg out behind him stays out like that all the time--he can't get it under him. He can move it, and uses it for balance and to push himself out of difficult situations. Both legs seemed like that when he was first hatched, and the right leg has fixed itself as he's gained strength. This one seems only to be getting worse. He is strong and vigorous, and pushes himself back and forth to the water, food, and sleeping pile under the light. He just can't stand up. I tried wrapping the leg with cotton bandage, so that it was held against his chest. But it won't stay on, and also while it's on he can't balance and keeps ending up on his back. My son is holding him right now keeping the leg up against his chest in hopes that we can "retrain" it. I fed him some egg yolk this morning. He doesn't really need our help getting food & water, as he is mobile enough. But I do carry him to the water from time to time to make sure he's getting enough. Thanks for any thoughts and tips.