This little girl is Pom Pon aka. Ponny, we picked her up on 6/19/2009 from a girl in Howell who just couldn’t keep her in the home any longer. Her original name was Sunny, but with her little Pom Pon on the top of her head, a name change was inevitable, even though we rarely […]
My sweet Mabelene has been with us for about five years now. She is her own little girl, and doesn’t take ANY business from any of the boys. Mabelene is the only resident who EXPECTS to be hand fed! She is a very spoiled little angel who often follows me around during general feeding until […]
This handsome guy is Brutus, he has been coming to the Sanctuary for at least five years running. He usually comes alone in early spring to sort of ‘check things out’, and then a short time after, his mate usually shows up. For the last three years now, she has felt very comfortable around here, as she […]
Little Phoenix was found with just a small portion of his precious little body protruding out of his abandoned egg…
Ray-Ray was our present who ended up on our ‘doorstep’ four days before this past Christmas, 2013. His story is quite unique, but not unusual. We have a great relationship with the MHS – Rochester, which is how Ray-Rays owner found us. I received a call from a gentleman who had a duck that he could no longer […]
This little white call duck is Marc Antony. He used to have a beautiful mate by the name of, you guessed it, Cleopatra. A few short years ago, she took a trip to Heaven. After a long period of mourning, he again found love with a little tan colored call duck by the name of Brown Eyes. […]
This little angel is Strawberry. Every time we would throw out a bucket of fruit, you could only guess what her favorite fruit was!
The sweet white Emden pictured here is our oldest resident at the sanctuary. She is estimated to be in her mid twenties – although a ‘lady’ never tells. She IS the sanctuary’s Matriarch. There are a myriad of stories about her. She got her name when she hooked up with (or rather I should say, he hooked up […]
This picture was taken when the temperature was eight below zero! Even with about a dozen straw filled shelters within feet of the pond, most would rather stay out in the ‘cold’!! With both aerators working unobstructed, this is about as bad as it gets for minimal water access.
Easter is around the corner and many stores will start to sell their day old ducklings and chicks. PLEASE do not run out and buy one (most places require a minimum of at least two to six) just because your child or yourself think they are cute. They ARE extremely cute, and that is EXACTLY why stores […]