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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by birdsofthefarm, Sep 30, 2009.
We will always miss you.
She was found with no heas in the woods, what could have done that?
Thanks just kidding
So sorry for the loss of Sasha. Coon, hawk, possum do this. Again so sorry
I had this just happen to 2 of my ducks and I think I saw the predator this morning coming back for more. It was big and flying, so my guess is an owl!
Sorry for your loss
I found a free range chicken in my yard with just the head and neck gone, not even any feathers scattered around, I was told by farmers in the area that an owl was the most likely predator.
Quote:exactly what happened
Thats how the duck was..no feathers or any sign of a struggle!
never heard of a duck attack