Ducks have been domesticated as pets and farm animals for more than 500 years, and all domestic ducks are descended from either the mallard or the Muscovy duck. Mallards, especially, are easy to crossbreed with other types of ducks, and mallards often hybridize with all types of ducks at local ponds. This can lead to very unusual feather shapes and color patterns that can be confusing to identify.
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When our ducks were just wee little ones, it was really cold outside and we had no way to protect them from the elements so…they enjoyed the comfort of our office for a few weeks. We wouldn’t suggest doing this to anyone. They are very messy critters. The Mallards evolved into beautiful mature adults and… Continue reading Indoor Ducks
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