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  • Duck or Drake
    between these ages The females have a loud quack whereas the males have a quiet raspy noise that sometimes sounds like a hoarse quack The point is the males are very quiet by comparison This is the first and best way to tell the sexes apart for most of us Week 5 8 Their beaks began to turn from similar dark brown shades from week 5 onwards The photos below are from week 9 Female beak a browny orange shade Male beak increasingly yellow but with a greenish tinge Week 10 The boys started to develop these black patches around their beaks at around week 9 At the same time the boys developed the first of the green feathers which will give them gorgeous heads like their Dad At this stage it looked liked someone had taken a green felt tipped pen and drawn a few splodges on Female head The ducks do have hints of green apparent from week 5 but no bright green splodges Week 11 Having started moulting after the other boys Marty has put on a little growth spurt and he is the first to show signs of his black curly drake tail This picture of

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/sheldon_pages/The_ducklings/duck_ordrake.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Duck Houses
    in The side panel removes for access to change their straw Don t be confused by the chickens This is a duck house The chickens have the use of the duck s half of the pen during the daytime when the ducks are out roaming the garden for slugs Larger House Side view with hinged doors for access to change straw The door is at the left end and is

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/pet_pages/duck_houses.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Our Ducks
    ducks arrive Who is who Photo Gallery Pictures of our first four ducks Marty s Crew lots more cute duckling pictures Duck Houses See where they sleep Back to Sheldon

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/pet_pages/our_ducks1.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • What a handful
    What a handful Day 2 Day 8

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/sheldon_pages/what_a_handful.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • A Right Basket Case
    A Right Basket Case

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/sheldon_pages/a_right_basket_case.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Looking Good
    Looking Good

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/sheldon_pages/looking_good.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Dot to Dot
    Dot to Dot These marks started as tiny dots on day 1 Home

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/sheldon_pages/dot_to_dot.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Sheldon
    on my tummy for the feathers to grow out of I have also developed a much louder squeak so it is easy to get their attention Day 19 Friday 30th May The little reddish brown feathers on my wings and tail are now about 4 mm long The fluff on my tummy is falling out rapidly too My squeak has a deeper edge to it so perhaps my voice is starting to break This evening David presented me with my new home It is a huge mesh cage Unfortunately I spent the night in the corner because I forgot how to get back into the paddling pool see left Day 20 Saturday 31st May My home has changed again today as she has taken out the paddling pool so I won t get stuck I can now wander around the pen paddle eat and drink but that didn t stop me squeaking at the top of my voice for most of the day Click here to see my first proper feathers Day 21 Sunday 1st June I enjoyed running out of the pen and round to the sheet on the floor today I had great fun foraging round and eating grass treats she held out for me Click here to see how big my wings have got Day 22 Monday 2nd June Today was the first time in days that I ve been taken upstairs to the baby bath It was just what I needed as I was covered in fluff and bits of feather that I needed to wash off Beth was here and played with me by splashing the water and tempting me with grass I loved it The feathers on my tummy are really coming through now I must look quite funny with a few bits of fluff left here and there Day 23 Tuesday 3rd June My feathers are growing all the time and today the fluff on my face has started to change I had another good swim in the baby bath this evening Warm water I think she is spoiling me Day 24 Wednes day 4th June Just look at my tummy now Most of the fluff is out and the feathers are quite impressive I posed next to the basket I sat in three weeks ago to give you an idea of how much I ve grown I love being let out of my pen and racing round on the sheet she puts on the floor for me Day 25 Thursday 5th June I m not feeling shy I just thought I d show you how my wing feathers are progressing You can also see that the ring around my neck is changing from yellow to white My tail is quite long and good for waggling expressively now I m actually quite a scruff at the moment and often look like I ve got dandruff as little white bits fall out along with my fluff Liz came to help with bath time today

    Original URL path: http://www.carolinecrockeroriginals.co.uk/sheldon_pages/sheldon_diary_3_4.htm (2016-04-29)
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