Ducks and Geese FAAN

Ducks and Geese

California, Louisiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina

California

Lake Forest: (March 16, 2017), Many community geese and ducks are in need of immediate placement in loving homes. Twelve Embden geese should be placed together. There are also two Pekin ducks, and three Indian Runner ducks. They are all friendly and accustomed to contact.
Contact: Drew | Phone: 424-456-4591| Email: drew@aquabio.us

 

La Puente: (Dec. 12, 2016), This handsome Muscovy duck appeared as a stray in early November 2015.  His current caretakers initially were able to house him in a chicken coop, which was the perfect size for him. They unfortunately cannot keep him any longer and need to find a home for him by the end of December.
Contact: Elizabeth | Phone: 626-506-0451 | Email: elizlopez@gmail.com

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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: judys.place@live.com

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Louisiana

Baton Rouge: (July 12, 2017), Chewy is a six month old special needs Pekin duck who is in need of a special home because he cannot walk. He loves to bathe and snuggle and is training to move around in a walker.
Contact: Bonnie |Phone: (541) 778-8436 |Email: imagoddessleo@att.net

Massachusetts

Plainfield: (June 18, 2017), Three four-year-old bonded Toulouse geese – one male and two female – are in need of a new home.  These geese are friendly and seek people out for companionship.  The geese have lived for the last four years at a wild bird rehabilitation center.  Although the geese are healthy and happy, the wildlife center would like to find them a good home so the center can increase the number of wild baby birds that they are able to help.
Contact: Barbara |Phone: (413) 634-0099  |Email: thewhistlingcrow@hush.com

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 www.cwrescue.org or contact the shelter.
Contact: Carolina Waterfowl Rescue | Phone: 704-668-9486 | E-mail: waterfowlrescue@aol.com