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    Okay so I'm on holiday in Norfolk right at the waters edge and when I first got here there was a mother with five ducklings. Over the course of seven days the number has been whitled down to two and now the mother has completly disowned them ?! They're tiny dear little things and they are just swimming in the open water on their own. The mum came near them and then just swam away and hasn't been near them since.

    Normally I'd get them in a net and raise them myself (or have a damn good go) but I can hardly bring them back to London with me

    What should I do ?!
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    take them to the rspca?
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    (Original post by 1721)
    take them to the rspca?
    I took a crow to them once and they put it down citing that "they were in no way a species that was under threat".
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    RSPB? I'm sure they'd take them to a refuge or something?
 
 
 
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