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Ducks and Geese

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Granite Bay: (Jan. 31, 2016), A male African goose who is approximately 13 years old is in need of a new good home because he recently lost his mate and he is lonely.
Contact: Judy | Phone: 925-785-1113 | Email:

Sacramento: (Ongoing), Judy has secured permission to help rehome a number of the domestic ducks and geese who have been dumped at a pond in Sacramento. There are approximately 60 animals in total who are in need of placement, and many can be paired in groups of two or up to five. There are many different breeds of both the ducks and the geese. If you can help in any way please contact Judy.  The photos included are ducks currently available for adoption.
Contact: Judy| Phone: 916-446-1007| Email:

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Sylmar: (Jan. 27, 2016), Ten domestic ducks (2 Pekins, 2 Crested, 3 Cayugas, & 3 Blue Swedes) are in need of new homes. Their young guardian is headed off to college and her parents would like to find the ducks a new home.
Contact: Dicky | Phone: 818-640-6064

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Boston: (Oct. 2015), Animal Rescue League of Boston is a non-profit organization in Massachusetts which has a variety of animals available for adoption. We have a variety of hens, roosters, ducks and domestic pigeons. We also have a 3 year old LaMancha mix neutered goat (Leonard) and a 19 year old Thoroughbred mare (Fancy) and a 7 year old pony (Ross). We are at capacity in our barn and are unable to take in any more animals until some of these guys get adopted. Please e-mail us for more information on any of these guys.
Contact: Laura | Phone: 617-226-5688 | Email:


New York

Locust Valley: (Sept. 4, 2015), Back in June, Volunteers for Wildlife admitted two ducklings (which turned out to be a Cayuga and an Indian Runner) after they were found plucked bare of their feathers in a public park.  The ducklings, whom we believe to be two males, are now grown and fully recovered from their horrible beginning.  Since the organization they are at specializes in wildlife here, they do not have room for permanently housing these two ducks.  They are desperately seeking a good home for them and haven’t had much luck.  These best friends are approximately 4 months old and are looking for their forever home; they must be placed together in a permanent home.  The organization will travel most anywhere in the Northeast or NJ, MD, PA, DE to find them a home.
Contact: Lauren |Phone: 516-674-0982 |Email:

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North Carolina

Indian Trail: (Ongoing) Carolina Waterfowl Rescue is seeking homes for domestic geese and ducks. Adoption requirements include references and either photos or a home visit. Animals must be picked up at the shelter. For more information, please visit or contact the shelter.
Contact: Carolina Waterfowl Rescue | Phone: 704-668-9486 | E-mail:


Salem: (August 11, 2015), Placement is needed for an eight-week old duckling.  The duck was purchased as a pet for a child and then when the novelty wore off the duck was re-homed.  The person who is currently caring for the duck is not set up to care for ducks.  The duck’s gender is currently unknown.  The duck is friendly and bonded with people and enjoys both the indoors and outdoors.
Contact: Kailee |Phone:503-507-1991 |Email:

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Sayre: (July 7, 2015), Placement is needed for two mallard ducks, one female and one male. They’re approximately 4 months old and very bonded; they are best friends.
Contact: Dianne | Phone:570-888-7399 |