Hey everyone. I'm in Florida near a lake, and baby Muscovies have been hatching like crazy - the heron and hawk stopped picking them out for some reason so now we have a lot. But. We have these two really young Muscovy ducklings, I'd say about a week or two old, who just huddle together and seem to ignore everyone else. After a couple of days noticing they kind of go their way, my partner found them in the grass yesterday, he even said one ran toward him, and took them in. We kept them overnight and gave them bird seed, bread crumbs, and water. They didn't eat much, they seemed to go more for the bread crumbs even though the other ducklings vacuum the bird seed as fast as they can. For the most part these two just huddled next to each other and slept. Didn't chirp much at all either This morning I let them swim in the sink with warm water for a bit, but they just sat there. Didn't prune or wash or anything. Then I put big see-trough plastic bin full of water outside on the balcony and a way for them to go in and out of it, but again they just floated in the water. So I took them out and left them to roam the huge balcony and left seed all over it for them to find. After 2 hours they still just huddled next to each other.. So finally I just took them outside and put them in the lake next to a brood of ducklings their age but they just ignored them, and even swam away from them. Usually at their age these ducklings would squeal and try to attach to any one they think is their mom but these two aren't like that. I tried catching them again but this time they are swimming away and once they think they're far enough they'd stop and just sit in the water. Not sure what to do with them. I hate to just leave them out like that, though they do know where we leave the bird seed near the water and it's hotter than hell outside. Might they be sick?