This is the auxillary page for www.runnerducks.net
. I have so many pictures that I filled up my allowance of free web space with Earthlink on the original site.
So if you somehow happened on this page without first visiting the parent page that started it all, please have a look there
as well. There a LOTS of pictures. And pictures - particularly closeup pictures - is why I built the site in the
As I state on my parent page, I am not an expert on ducks. As such, I have no intention of dispensing health or
care advice so please do not ask. The few injuries and illnesses I have had personal experience with will
be on these pages as soon as I get a chance to ad them. Past that, you will have to do what I've done - buy the Holderreads
book on ducks and any others you can get your hands on and guess as best you can. Ducks are extremely hardy and if given
fresh water daily and a clean, dry environment with plenty of good ventilation in their night house and plenty of grass
to run on during the day, they do very well.