Hello! My name is Lots of Pekins
Lots of Pekins's Info...
I am good with kids and good with birds.
We have both males and females, including many ducks raised by families from babies then dumped in parks where these families assume the ducks will do just fine. Unfortunately, domestic ducks need food and housing, just like chickens, so they don't live long on their own. These ducks are looking for a loving home, without other animals who will chase them (e.g. dogs - dogs are fine as long as they have been trained not to chase ducks). These ducks don't go far - they are just looking for a warm, safe place at night and a sunny outdoor place close by for daytime (with shelter for windy, rainy, cold days) and a small pool. These ducks can be very social, they love to "quack" to you, and in general, provide much enjoyment. Ducks and geese are very social birds and they like to be around other birds.
If you are interested, please complete our adoption application at our website www.cwrescue.org. You will need to send photos of your predator proof nighttime housing and the area where your new ducks will stay during the day (including water source). There is an adoption fee required (posted on our website) and you must come to Indian Trail, NC to pick up your new ducks, once your application is approved. We do NOT EVER ship animals to their new homes.
More information about Carolina Waterfowl Rescue
Rescue Group Info...
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.
www.cwrescue.org, clink on "Donate" or mail check to CWR, PO Box 1484, Indian Trail, NC 28079
We do not hold open adoptions. All adopters are pre-screened and scheduled for appointments.
Completion of our online adoption form on our website; photos sent of housing and water source for birds