I used to have four Cayuga ducks. An adult hen and drake, and two month-old females of no relation. Well one of our goats was jumping down from a hay bale and landed on the one little female's leg, so now she's injured. Then early Saturday morning I realized, too late might I add, that my mother had left the babies in the outside pen all night. I woke up at four in the morning to find a skunk attacking the healthy duckling. It unfortunately died(so did that stupid skunk too!). Now I have a very lonely and injured female, and while I was visiting my father over night for father's day, my mother noticed that our adult hen was missing, but she didn't tell me this until the next day. So I'm pretty sure something got her. Now my drake is very lonely, and he doesn't get along with the young female. This would have never happened if they had been put up for the night like we usually do, but these things tend to happen when I leave, even if it's just for one day. Now my drake doesn't know what to do with himself. He keeps checking the pond and checking the hen's nest, and he's very lonely. I want to try to find another Cayuga hen. I have revamped his house so that he WILL be safe at night. I refuse to lose another of my ducks. I just don't know where to look for another hen. I got mine online when they were babies, and that's too much of an expense and hassle since I only would end up getting a couple of ducklings. That and I would rather find another adult duck, or at least one that is six months old. My drake grew up with his hen, so you can understand why he's so upset. I live in Clearfield County in West Central PA, so if you know of anyone who may have a Cayuga hen or even another young duck around a month old to keep my young one company as well, I would greatly appreciate it.