Let me preface this by saying that we have two driveways; one directly in front of the house, and another a few hundred feet up the road that's part of the easement to our farm. So, yesterday I'm coming home from work and I see my wife standing over the culvert in the easement driveway, flagging me down, looking over the edge.. I stop and pull in there, get out, and she points me to 9 white adult ducks that just...showed up. Out of nowhere.. They were merrily swimming around in the tiny pool on the downstream side of the culvert. She was throwing bread and they were going nuts over it, like tame ducks do. I walked down there and they didn't really freak out...pretty sure they would have eaten from my hand, so I feel pretty confident that these were somebody's ducks at some point. Again, we have no idea where they came from, nor how they got there. We have a lot of predators in the area, and my wife was kinda wondering if there's anything we could or should do for them.. There's a pond on vacant land just a few hundred feet from where she found them, and I'm pretty sure we could lead them up there so they'd at least be in bigger water...but, then what? Can't exactly build them a duck blind on someone else's land, and our pond is way up on the hill at the edge of the woods, so they'd be coyote fodder in no time flat.. Any suggestions? Also, somebody give me a clue as to how they got there... It's not exactly a navigable stream, so they didn't just float down.. I supposed they could have flown in, but if so, why, and why would they have landed there instead of in the pond? Anybody think it's likely that somebody drove up, stopped, dumped the ducks, and drove off?