Birds

Birds

Chickens, turkeys, and other kinds of birds have some of the cutest, quirkiest, and fun personalities of any animal! With each animal who is adopted into a loving family, Pasado’s Safe Haven is able to rescue another. View their profiles below and see if your next family member is waiting for you at Pasado’s Safe Haven. When you are ready to take the next step, click the “Adopt” or “Foster” buttons.

NOTE: All birds will be given a health check prior to being adopted. Adopter of all birds must agree to not purposely breed the birds or incubate their eggs.

Albert & Isaac

BREED: Duck       SEX: 2 Males

These two just love each other! Isaac and Albert do everything together in the yard – they swim together, explore together, and forage together! They would be fine additions to any flock as long as get to be best friends forever. If you are interested in learning more about Isaac and Albert, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

    FOSTER BUTTON

Angela & Pam

BREED: Muscovy Ducks       SEX: 2 Females

Angela & Pam are a bonded pair of Muscovy ducks. They can always be found by one another’s side. They would be fine additions to any flock as long as they get to be best friends forever. To meet Angela & Pam, complete a questionnaire today!

   FOSTER BUTTON

Ashley

BREED: Muscovy Duck       SEX: Female

Ashley is one of our wonderful muscovy ducks! Muscovy ducks have great personalities and are brave around humans. Ashley likes to stick around when there is company and be apart of the scene. She also loves to swim in the pond and preen her feathers on the shore. Muscovy ducks are fervent slug-eaters if you have a garden that needs tending and make all-around fantastic pets. They also hiss instead of quack so they can be good for adopters who live next to quiet-loving neighbors. Ashley would love to be in a flock with other muscovy ducks. If you would like to adopt Ashley, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

    FOSTER BUTTON

Bernice & Wally

BREED: Muscovy Ducks       SEX: 1 Female, 1 Male

Bernice came to Pasado’s Safe Haven with her boyfriend Wally. Bernice does well with male muscovies and female muscovies. She is a smaller girl who knows her way around a pond. She enjoys preening herself in the sun and cannot wait to find her forever home.

Wally enjoys the company of female muscovies and can get along with other waterfowl such as geese. He is a large male muscovy who is familiar with humans and is happy to hang out with his girls and preen in the sun.

If Bernice & Wally are the ducks for you, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

    FOSTER BUTTON

Huey & Dewey

BREED: Duck       SEX: 2 Males

Huey and Dewey are too well-named ducks who care about each other very much! They are two peas in a pod! Wherever you see one, you’ll see the other as they quack happily in the yard. These two are familiar with humans and get along great with other ducks. They will make a great addition to any flock!

    FOSTER BUTTON

JackJack & Dash

BREED: Peking Ducks       SEX: Unknown at this time

Jack Jack and Dash were found in a park as ducklings. There were no other ducks to be found in the area, and they clearly were domestic ducklings. They are believed to have been dumped on Easter. They are extremely social to humans, friendly, and even slept on the bed of the person who found them.

They would be fine additions to any flock as long as get to be best friends forever. If you are interested in learning more about Jack Jack and Dash, fill out an adoption questionnaire today!

    FOSTER BUTTON

Joe & Katherine

BREED: Muscovy Duck      SEX: 1 Female, 1 Male

Joe and Katherine are a bonded pair of Muscovy ducks. They came in together with 5 ducklings. Joe is a handsome, confident duck who enjoys the company of Katherine and other muscovies. In the waterfowl yard at the sanctuary, he enjoys wading in the pool preening himself and watching over his fellow muscovys. Katherine is a demure muscovy duck who enjoys perusing through the dewey grass, looking for yummy treats! They would make a lovely addition to any flock.

Muscovys hiss instead of quack which makes them perfect pet ducks for families with close neighbors. Joe would be a great addition to any flock as long as he had plenty of female muscovys to protect.

If you would like to bring Joe & Katherine home, fill out an adoption questionnaire today.

    FOSTER BUTTON

Michael

BREED: Muscovy Duck       SEX: Male

Michael came to us at a young age with 1 brother, 3 sisters, and a mother and father. He spends most of his time with his fellow muscovies, but has also been known to befriend lonely geese. Complete a questionnaire today!

    FOSTER BUTTON

Nemo & Draco

BREED: Duck       SEX: 2 Males

Draco and Nemo are two fast friends. They both live in a smaller enclosure on property due to foot issues. Draco broke his toe and now needs to live on softer ground such as fresh earth or shavings. Nemo has a foot deformity (shown in the photo) that makes getting around more difficult. They are both very sweet ducks who get along great with one another. Their favorite activity is to splash in their pond!

    FOSTER BUTTON

Patty & Clyde

BREED: Geese       SEX: 1 Female, 1 Male

Patty is a quiet goose with a calm demeanor. She is a beautiful Tufted Toulouse and really stands out from the crowd with her striking brown and white feathers. Patty is a little shy of humans and keeps a reasonable distance away from the caregivers, however Patty does get along wonderfully with the other waterfowl. She has befriended the muscovy hens and spends most of her days with a goose named Clyde.

Clyde is always on patrol of the yard and doesn’t like it if the other ducks fight. He will run up to them honking until they stop. He is always first to announce if anyone is coming into the yard by honking loudly.

They have both lived with other geese in the past successfully and have never had a problem living with ducks at the sanctuary. They love spending their time in the pond and laying in the sun.

Complete an application today if these are the geese for you!

    FOSTER BUTTON

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