RESCUING,RELOCATING AND REHABILITATING MOTHER COMB DUCK AND HER BABIES:
A couple of months ago, this female comb duck was roaming around a bungalow's backyard with her 18 ducklings in the middle of the city.
Our team rescued her along with her babies, normally the mother flies off, watching her babies from far and doesn't approach them quickly, but we managed to capture her safely as well.
After a thorough check-up and supervision for 3 days she and her babies were relocated to a much more isolated and wild area.
Mother was really happy with new relocation and was checking continuosly to see whether her kids would be comfortable in their new home or not.
We too got very much attached with the entire duck family and loved watching them moving and eating.
Our Curator set up the enclosure as per the comfort of the entire family accordingly and gave them a lot of places to hide and let them feel more secure.
The more comfortable a bird is in captivity, the less stress it has to incur and that lowers the pressure on the immune system of the bird.
Mother comb duck and her ducklings were released after few days stay in our cosy enclosure, once we observed that they were strong enough to live on their own.
Its a wonder to look at the wild animals and their behaviours and way of leading life.
We all feel really fortunate to be a part of hundred and thousand of ownerless animals' journey in this world.
Please keep up with your noble work of donating us generously so that we can too spread our wings and take proper care of all the animals that are stray and speechless.
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