I have five ducklings, three Khaki Campbells and two Runners, who are currently seven weeks old. I got them at a feed store when they were two-three weeks old, and they lived in my cousin's barn for a few weeks until I had a space ready for them. Whenever I come within fifty feet of their enclosure, they run and hide from me like I'm Godzilla. I kind of regret not getting them when they were younger, so they could become used to being handled regularly. Any tips for getting your ducklings to warm up to you? I'm not expecting them to become lap ducks, I just want to be able to interact with them without them running for cover as soon as they detect my presence. When I was in middle school, I raised two Rouens and a Pekin from several day old hatchlings, and while they never particularly liked being picked up, they would come to the fence for treats. I would like my ducks to eventually do something like that.