This afternoon I came home and went to let our ducks out into thier large fenced in area. Our two hens came running right out as they always do, but our drake, Stanley stayed in the run. That's not unusual as he is reluctant to come out if we are standing right there. I went inside and peeked out the window to still see him standing in the run. That was cause for alarm. Usually I get two steps away and he runs after his girls. I went out there to try to coax him out and saw a white spot where his left eye was supposed to be. I freaked out, ran inside to change out of my work clothes and grab a towel. After wrapping him in th towel and brining him into the garage, I was able to inspect him a little closer. He wouldn't open his eye and got very snippy when I pried at it a little. We are lucky enough to have a full bathroom in th basement with a tub, I filled it and let him bathe. After that he opened his eye and I was able to see what was going on. There's white goop, and a red irritated eye, and the nictitating membrane looks like it's over the eye-and he's blind. I went to TSC and got veteracyin eye wash. I'm posting looking for some ideas as to what could be wrong & suggestions for what else I can do for my poor boy ***update on Stanley-morning of day two***** Brought him into the garage and made him eat some and drink in front of me, so he still seems perfectly healthy other than his eye. We gave him the veteracyin eye wash before bed last night, so this morning i administered his first of the day.