Name request for my mallard ducklings! *** Pictures***

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by PoultryGirly, May 31, 2012.

  1. PoultryGirly

    PoultryGirly Songster

    Mar 28, 2012
    Anyonehave ideas for names for baby mallard ducks. I would like them to be for boys and girls, but it's okay if they're not. Here is a picture of them at a week or less.[​IMG]
    Last edited: May 31, 2012
  2. Oh, they are so cute! You could always name them after the ducklings in Make Way for Ducklings . . . Mack, Quack, Lack, Oack, and I forget the rest, but you can kind of see the general trend . . .
  3. justduckiehere

    justduckiehere In the Brooder

    Apr 30, 2012
    our grandchildren named our four pekins with their own nick names we had given each of them, but now at 8wks there is only one 'peaches" that we can tell the difference, since his/her beak is lighter than the others. guess we should of banded them, but we let the kids say who is who...don't think they really know either...but we aren't telling them :)
    Your babies are adorable...sorry I have no names...Marvelous Six (there is six?)
  4. iluvsedward

    iluvsedward Crowing

    Jan 19, 2010
    Calvert County MD
    the hard part is telling them apart, I usually look at the markings under the beak. One time i named them after soft drinks. I had RootBeer, Apple Cider, Apple Juice, Lemonade, and Sprite. But then I forgot which ones were which :p
  5. Apyl

    Apyl Songster

    Feb 5, 2012
    Necedah, Wi
    Very cute. My DD named her pair of Mallards Jet and Chip, and I named our other 5 Mallards Poseidon, Zeus, Aphrodite, Athena, Artemis.

    I do all kinds of names. We also have chickens that are Marshmellow, Buckbeak, Henry, Speckles, Moon, Ally, Chilly, Dinner, Annie, and quite a few not named roosters. Plus 4 more babies coming next week that we need to find a name for. :)
  6. MallardDuckling

    MallardDuckling Songster

    Apr 29, 2012
    Montgomery County, Ohio
    I really want to get 3 more ducks. 2 males of any breed and name them Hatfield and the other Mccoy. I'm carzy about that mini series now. I've always loved learning about them in school.

    I also want to get a Pekin female and name her Aunt Jemima Puddle Duck, after a book my Grandma use to read to me.

    As for my current 4 Muscovy ducklings, they don't have names yet.

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