Ducks for Sale

Ducks are relatives of geese and swan but are smaller. They are also called “waterfowl” because they are found near lakes, ponds, and rivers where they prefer to live. Ducks have webbed feet for swimming. They act like paddles or ores do with boats. These webbed feet have no nerves or blood vessels so the bird cannot feel icy cold water if it's swimming in cold waters. The Duck also has a water-proof coat achieved by oil that is secreted near its tail that soaks its feathers. Beneath the waterproof coat is a fluffy, soft coat that keeps the Duck plenty warm. Ducks have amazing bodies, don't they? Their necks can turn completely backward! This allows them to “preen”, the word for cleaning themselves with their beaks. They spend much of their time doing this.

Silver Wood duck hen

  • Price: $200.00
  • Name: John
  • Posted: 08/11/2022
  • Phone: 7162442404
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: New York
  • Website: Woodsideloft.com

2 year old Silver Wood Duck hen, I lost the male and I’m sure someone could use her more than me. Also have Green wing Teal hen( this year’s hatch) and 2 white Mandarin hens. Text or Email, Local pick up or will ship when weather cools. Also willing...

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Ducks,Geese, Swans

  • Name: Shane Sease
  • Posted: 08/09/2022
  • Phone: (803)824-9124
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: South Carolina
  • Website: NA

The Following birds are available: Wood Ducks Apricot Wood Ducks Black Belly Tree Ducks Mandarins White Mandarins Chilo Widgeons Sebastopol Geese Breeder male Mute Swans we do ship, for more information CALLS OR TEXT ONLY (803)824-9...

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Assorted Birds

  • Name: kevin werner
  • Posted: 08/05/2022
  • Phone: 7653096344
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Indiana

I have the following 2022 hatch for sale: DUCKS Mandarins 125 pr White mandarins 250 pr Wood ducks 100 pr Silver wood ducks 300 pr Silver bahama pintails 125 pr Ring teal 100 pr Cape teal 125 pr Barnacle geese (breeders) 400 pr PHEASANTS...

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Waterfowl and other birds available

  • Name: Pinola Conservancy
  • Posted: 08/02/2022
  • Phone: 318-798-2000
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Louisiana
  • Website: www.pinola.net

Pinola Conservancy has the following 2022 surplus available. Please call or email for pricing. * denotes recently imported stock White-faced Whistling Duck (progeny from direct West African imported adults) Black-bellied Whistling Duck West Ind...

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Wild Ducks and Turkeys

  • Name: Logan
  • Posted: 08/02/2022
  • Phone: 2082199127
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Idaho

I have Juvenile wood ducks and Eastern Wild Turkey available call or text for more info, I will be shipping as soon as weather is optimal. Wood ducks are split silver, and regular. I do Sell starter Turkey Flocks for pick up only

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EXOTIC BIRDS

  • Name: Animals Incorporated
  • Posted: 07/28/2022
  • Phone: (530) 269-1144
  • Location: California
  • Website: www.animalsincorporated.com

"Cranes", “Doves”, "Duck", “Peacocks” & "Pheasants"! * CRANES Female Baby Demoiselle Cranes (4-6 Months Old & DNA Sexed): $1,375.00/Each DOVES Australian Crested Doves...

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Available in fall

  • Name: Destry
  • Posted: 07/23/2022
  • Phone: 2175088838
  • Location: Illinois
  • Website: Genesis aviaries on Facebook

If the year finishes as planned we should have these available: Australian wood duck drakes, cinnamon teal, Eurasian wigeon, tufted, a chiloe wigeon drake, one black east indie duck, possibly a variety of pheasants, some doves, and old English bantam...

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Wood Ducks

  • Price: $55.00
  • Name: Peter Tsirnikas
  • Posted: 07/22/2022
  • Phone: (352) 455-2716
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: NA

Wood Ducks for sale. $70 for individuals. $150 for breeding pair. Mandarin and gadwall ducks available as well. Please call or text at (352) 455-2716.

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Gadwall Ducks

  • Name: Peter Tsirnikas
  • Posted: 07/19/2022
  • Phone: (352) 455-2716
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Gadwall ducks available for pickup or shipping for additional cost. They are $150 for a pair or $85 each. I only have a few pairs left. Please call or text me at (352) 455-2716. I also have wood ducks and mandarin wood ducks available. All birds come...

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Mandarin and Wood Ducklings

  • Price: $60.00
  • Name: Wes T
  • Posted: 06/15/2022
  • Phone: 6015209078
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Mississippi

I have 3-4 week old mandarins $60 and 6-7 week old wood ducks. $60 or $120 per pair. They are going fast so text or call

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Mandarin and Wood Ducklings

  • Price: $60.00
  • Name: Wes T
  • Posted: 06/15/2022
  • Phone: 6015209078
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Mississippi

I have 3-4 week old mandarins $60 and 6-7 week old wood ducks. $60 or $120 per pair. They are going fast so text or call

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2 Mandarin Pairs 1 Yellow Golden Pair

  • Price: $150.00
  • Name: Nic
  • Posted: 06/01/2022
  • Phone: 5302058805
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California

2 Pair Mandarin Duck $150 per pr 1 Pair Yellow Golden Pheasants $100 for the pr. plus shipping

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Call Ducks

  • Price: $30.00
  • Name: Gail
  • Posted: 05/21/2022
  • Phone: 9735244460
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: New Jersey

We currently have 5 Call ducklings available. They are about 6 weeks old and are out during the day and go in a coop at night. They are grey and blue fawn colors.

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wood ducks

  • Price: $125.00
  • Name: henry springer
  • Posted: 04/30/2022
  • Phone: 4097502439
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

I have adult wood duck pairs available 125 dollars a pair. Have baby wood ducks available 20 dollars each. No shipping pick up only santa fe Texas.Dusty 409-750-2439

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White Faced Tree Ducks

  • Price: $50.00
  • Name: Morris Gamefowl
  • Posted: 03/29/2022
  • Phone: 5302778339
  • Location: California

Have 5 White Faced Tree Ducks for sale. $50 each. Shipping available.

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Types of Ducks for Sale

Duck Facts

It's a common misconception that Ducks “quack”. While this is true, some species “squeal” instead such as the Wood Duck. Ducks were once wild but were domesticated by the Chinese. In China, there are still hundreds of wild Duck species. The most popular farmed Duck world wide and the most popular breed in America is the Pekin Duck because it lays lots of eggs and provides a lot of meat. The first ship load was brought to New York in 1873. These are the Ducks that probably come easily to your mind. They are the white or cream colored Ducks with orange bills, legs and feet. The males and females look the same, except that the male has a few curled feathers on top his head.

Because of their ability to adapt to the cold in these ways with their body, they are found almost everywhere in the world. The only continent they are not is in Antarctica where it is too cold for them to thrive. Some of the Ducks migrate thousands of miles to warmer climates in the winter time to places where the water doesn't freeze. They know that there they can rest and take better care of their young. Winter is when they usually mate. The females will bring their prospect to their breeding grounds in Spring. The breeding ground is usually where the female, herself, was hatched. Once a female has created her nest of reeds or grass, she lays 5-12 eggs and incubates them alone for up to 28 days. The male stays with other males at this time. The Ducklings mature quickly and are able to fly within the first 5-8 weeks. When they are ready they will migrate, flying in a “V” shape the way Geese do. In captivity, birds might need artificial light to increase their egg production during shorter days (July-December). Depending on the breed of Duck, the species can live between 2 and 12 years long.

Ducks are very useful to humans, not only for their meat and eggs but also for their feathers. Their feathers are harvested in Iceland where they can be found all along the coast because the female plucks feathers from herself to provide comfort to her nest.

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