The other day I had two visits from an juvenile American bald Eagle. Luckily, the eagle is very, very loud and I was able to get to the duck in time. The eagle was quite bold on the second visit and didn't seem to care that I was on the porch about 10 feet from the duck. My little drake was so brave and tried to scare the eagle off. So I did the only logical thing a duck owner would do and spent a small fortune on making a covered pen for him. Now, for the problem. CL, the duck, has been free ranging for about 4 months now and absolutely refuses to eat duck food of any kind. The crows, wild ducks, and mockingbirds have been eating it. What should I do? He will eat dog food though and he gets peas at night. I have tried several different feeds including scratch and he still sticks his beak up at it. He has really gotten used to eating frogs, toads, and locusts. I really don't want to take my chances letting him free range but I don't want him to be hungry.