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Facts about Swedie Swede

  • Breed: Duck
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female

My name is Swedie Swede!

Duck for adoption in Indian Trail, North Carolina - Swedie Swede
Photo 1 - Duck for adoption in Indian Trail, North Carolina - Swedie Swede
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Swedie Swede's Info...

I am good with kids and good with birds.

Swedie Swede's Story...
These gorgeous friendly ducks are just looking for a home - they will need a water source (pond or pool), regular meals, and nighttime housing to protect them from predators. We have both male and female - they will provide many years of enjoyment. To adopt, please go to our website www.cwrescue.org and click on Adoptions. There you will find information on our adoption process along with a link to our online adoption application. We do not ever ship our ducks - you will need to come to Indian Trail NC to pick up your new pets.
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About Carolina Waterfowl Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Carolina Waterfowl Rescue is an all volunteer organization dedicated to helping injured and abandoned water birds in the greater Charlotte NC area. We take in over 2000 birds a year from NC and SC and other states as far away as Michigan, Virginia, Georgia, and Florida. While we are a federally licensed wildlife rehabilitation center, we do take in domestic birds in need.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

www.cwrescue.org, clink on "Donate" or mail check to CWR, PO Box 1484, Indian Trail, NC 28079

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do not hold open adoptions. All adopters are pre-screened and scheduled for appointments.

Our Adoption Process...

Completion of our online adoption form on our website; photos sent of housing and water source for birds