Wildlife Rehab for wild ducklings/ducks

kathleens1979

Chirping
5 Years
Aug 3, 2014
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Hanna City, Il
Thought I would share in case someone finds themselves in a similar situation. I had a student bring me a wild mallard duckling they found on the road this morning. Since I am the only person my student knows with ducks, of course he brought it to me. I never can say no to an animal (or a student) in need, so I took the poor thing. It looks healthy, but is extremely frightened and unhappy to be alone. I started looking for a list of wildlife rehabers that might take him/her and found this list on the Humane Society of the United States. I was able to look up my state (Illinois), which took me to an extension site where I looked up my county. A list of names popped up, and I was able to call a rehabber at 9:00 PM and talk to a human being. He offered to come get the duckling tonight, but I told him I could care for it until tomorrow since I have my own flock. It was amazing! If you need a place to take wildlife you find, check out this list:

http://m.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/tips/find-a-wildlife-rehabilitator.html
 

chickens r life

Songster
Apr 13, 2015
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The Golden State
Thanks this could be very helpful to me!!
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