Our young duck is 2 months old. He is a kahaki campbell crossed with a peking. About 3 days ago I noticed he was suddenly developing angel wing on the left side. I purchased some of that strapping bandage stuff that only sticks to itself from the vets and we strapped him up just like all the pictures we have seen online. This picture is not him its just one I found online but the end result looked exactly like how the bandaging is done here. https://www.google.co.nz/search?q=s...ing-what-to-wrap-with-update-its-gone;427;599 Anyway, the strapping works well for a few hours but it just keeps riding up and eventually he gets his wings free and then the angel wing is sticking out again. So we try again. We have rebandaged him at least 7 times in the last 3 days. Its fair to say that everyone is getting over it. Especially our poor duck who does not like being picked up. We really want to fix this condition before its too late but we are just not having any luck with the current method. Does anyone have any tips on things we could try? We believe we are wrapping him tight enough, because if we did it any tighter it would hurt him. Infact last time we tryed I was actually tighter then what I thought was necessary but he still got the entire strapping off in less then 12 hours! We have also tried duct taping over top of the bandaging to help keep it strong (dont worry I would never duct tape directly onto his feathers, the tape was only touching the bandages) But nothings working. Anyone able to give us some tips to help us out here? Also I know that the problem is usually caused by too much protein. We have him on poulty feed which is only 14% protein which we believed was pretty low. Or is that actually high? its the only one they sell in the store near me so I was not able to compare amounts with other brands. I will drive into the city for lower protein fed if this is too high. We were feeding him table scraps as we do with the chickens but have currently stopped doing that incase it was what had caused the problem Any help or advice is much appreciated.