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Date:10/2/2014 1:19:48 AM
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Hi BeGe
They're big white lop eared bunnies, we don't know breeds. How any ducklings can you see? The center raises between 80-100 ducklings every spring and summer! The guys and gals in this picture are outdoors now, and ready to be released, but there is a new crop in the small flight aviary right now. There are many kinds of ducks that come into PA, these little ones here are all mallard ducklings, though. We've had buffle-head ducks, loons, wood ducks, black ducks, teals, and of course, mallards. As long as they are similar in age/size, they can all be raised together, first on baby duck food, and later on adult duck food and greens. We live on 3 rivers here, and the Allegheny River is close to the center, so that's usually where they go when they're released. We wish all these little ones a happy life! Here's a hug and vote for today. Willie
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