I know people have done it before, but I am wondering about taking ducks on an airplane? I have been fostering two ducks, Vinny and Ollie, for a long time now (almost a year) and have been working with them to get them prepared for a new home. they are now acclimated to colder temps, play in pools outside, and have been staying with other ducks to get used to being a part of a flock. They have been transitioning to not taking indoor baths/ being diapered as much/ all in all being more like outdoor ducks. I might have found them a potential home in CA, where it doesn't get too cold, they will be hugged and petted and diapered, and that's completely enclosed and away from potential predators. But I live in IL, which is a looooooong way away. The drive would be pretty attrocious, and I'm thinking if they are able to go to that new home, what about taking them on a plane? Anyone have or know of anyone who's had experience in that matter? Like which airlines allow it? What kind of crate do they need? Any special requirements? It's sounding like they are welcome at the new home, as long as I can get them there. It's going to be expensive, no matter what, but it seems flying is the cheapest route.