Posts with the tag: "wildlife removal"
The state of being "feral" is often confused with the wildlife that are born and raised in the wild and that follow the natural order designed for them, but the term “feral” in Hawaii refers to any animal that does not live with humans that was previously domesticated. Somehow, they left their domesticated life and became stray, living off the land and meeting their needs in the wild. Feral animals can be unusually aggressive and disruptive.
One of the most innocent and cuddly of all waterfowl creatures is the duck. I mean those puffy little faces and soft little feathers couldn’t possibly pose any kind of threat. After all, ducks are often the subject of children’s coloring book pages, children’s story books, and children’s cartoon series. What could be more innocent and non-threatening as that? In fact, as a child, I never met a duck I didn’t like. Of course, the only ducks I met were on the TV screen or the pages of a colorful book.