Articles for Anyone Considering
Buying Hatching Owning Interacting with Ducks
Animal Cruelty Shines a Light on What's To Come
Why it's everyone's problem.
Help prevent the epidemic of live animals being thrown away after Easter.
Are you Ready for a Duck?
Read this before owning or hatching ducks.
Giving up Your Ducks? Wait Just a Second!
Three common reasons (and solutions)
Breaking the Bread Habit
Feeding ducks the wrong foods can kill them, yes, even bread!
Feeding Wild Ducks
Why you should never feed wild ducks
Giving Ducks as a Gifts
Before you buy a duck for ANYONE, read this first
Fun with Learning Mixed In
Our Trip to The Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee :: Opens a new window
Ducks take center stage in the historic hotel lobby
Our Trip to Metzer Farms :: Opens a new window
Experience our exciting trip to one of the country's leading duck farms
A day at the "Emu Ranch" :: Opens a new window
My visit to a Los Angeles area wildlife foundation
Tractor Supply Corporation Abuse
Several reports in about ducks in squallid conditions, bad advice,
selling supplies known to cause serious harm or death to ducklings...
Who to report to with concerns about the treatment of ducks:
Michelle Bruce-Morales, Supporter Liaison for the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) suggests that appropriate action includes making a complaint.
What You Can Do:
1. Contact the store through their website or mangement personnel and file a written complaint. Keep a copy of your complaint.
2. Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint.
3. Find local Animal Welfare organizations through the World Animal Net Directory and report abuses or problems.