Hi everyone. We ended up fostering 10 ducks (although I think they're ours for good LOL) 3 weeks ago. They were dumped at a local animal control and the rescue group I volunteer with ended up with them. We have chickens already, and offered to take on the ducks. They're funny critters, and we're having fun learning about them. Obtaining 10 ducks as winter sets in (we live in Michigan) is challenging to say the least. So far they seem happy but we have one duck exhibiting some odd behavior. That is what lead me here. When I figure out how to create an album I'll upload pics of our ducks, our set-up, etc. We're open to suggestions. We're total newbies. We want to do right by our friends. We have a very large pond/small lake on our property just behind our house. Our plan is to let them free range swim in the pond once they figure out home. It will probably not be until spring though because the pond freezes in the winter. (It's partially frozen now.) We get wild ducks and other fowl but we don't feed them. (I'm posting a pic of the pond below.) Anyway, I'll post a pic below. I'm reading like crazy!