I recently had to move my two week-old Welsh Harlequin babies into a new brood bin, as one of my mother's dogs got into the last one and ate two of my four 'lings :'( So, I grabbed an old cage from back when I had rats, gave it a good scrub down, and rehomed my kids in it. The cage is pretty tall; waaay taller than an adult duck. Plenty of room. For now, at least. (I actually moved the heat lamp up because they were too warm) Their food and water is up and away from the bedding. I built them a little "fort" to hide in, because sometimes a baby duck's just gotta hide. (Idk if they'll use it, but it's worth a shot.) Duck-Duck (left) and Layla (right) seem to like it well enough. I thought this was a pretty nifty idea, as it elevates the ducklings closer to my level, and keeps them from jumping out of the bin. I'm pretty inexperienced with raising ducks and the like, so I was wondering if any of you might have some insight on how to improve the setup?