I have a four day old Pekin duckling that seems to be either blind or have some sort of neurological problem. He is bright, alert, eats well when he can find the food, and other than his having difficulty finding his food and water and going in circles, he seems to be okay. He was turned out with his mother Monday, and whereas his siblings all jumped into the creek and started paddling away, he started swimming in circles. Later, when I went to check on them, a child had just finished freeing him from a crevice between two rocks in the creekbed. The next morning, I was awakened with the mother quacking loudly, and the baby peeping as if he were lost. Sure enough, he had plopped into a basin where we keep water for the big ducks and was frantically swimming in circles. I took him out, took him to his mother, and while the rest of the siblings ate and drank, he began wandering and managed to get completely away from them all and almost back into the creek. I brought him inside and have had him in a little cage here in the house. He has difficulty located the food and water, but when he does, he eats and drinks. I covered him with an old towel last night, and he slept well, only peeping when he was hungry this morning. What can I do with little Rounder?