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CaitlynBreanna

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I have a 6 month old pekin duck who has just recently began quacking all day starting at 5 and not stopping until dark. He has plenty of food and his own swimming pool can anyone give me some reasons he might have begun acting this way?
 

sourland

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Is it the only duck that you have?
 

The Duck Ladie

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I have a 6 month old pekin duck who has just recently began quacking all day starting at 5 and not stopping until dark. He has plenty of food and his own swimming pool can anyone give me some reasons he might have begun acting this way?

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Is it the only duck that you have?
Same question as sourland. Ducks are very social. All the Ducks I've ever had, (which is a bunch), would get very upset if they were alone. If he is an only-duck you probably need to get another duck to keep him company.
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Amiga

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In the meantime, an unbreakable mirror can be a big help. Is the duck in a very safe place where predators (including dogs and cats and hawks) cannot get to her or him? Ducks can see threats that we cannot see.
 

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