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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Scovy Momma, Feb 23, 2012.
I just might! Also, it's funny...this little girl seems to be imprinted on me, after all. Her mirror won't do the trick, I gotta be there or else she cries. That shouldn't be possible, I thought?
Perfect for when Wobbles is in full on testosterone male mating I must reproduce mode because I am a man duck and I want to pass on my genes.
oh, sweet little gurl bird. I don't want her to be sad when you are not there. Even if she imprints on you, is there a chance she will bond with Wobs?
One of the first things to go in the spring molt are the wing and tail feathers. My living room looks like a duck exploded. My backyard, with the main flock looks like there is still snow on the ground (it's all feathers!). One of my drakes has a mainly white head now, since he's blown out most of his colored head feathers.
I suspect Dappy is in a spring molt - the medication may just be a red herring in this case!
ship that duckling westward so I can kiss him.
u r hilarious
How old is she? I've heard they can imprint several days after hatch, especially if they're an only duck.
I'm not sure, I think she's 2-3 days old? Well, 4 now. I just didn't think it was possible. I'm glad, but I'm just surprised, is all!
I think since she has seen other ducks, her identity part of the imprint is going to be duck (a good thing). But if you are the first non-sibling she has spent any real time with, you might just be "mom"