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£600 duckling stolen from Comber Wetlands Center

Watch: Sadly, our missing Mandarin duckling hasn't been returned today. On behalf of all of us at Castle Espie, our Avic...

Posted by WWT Castle Espie on Tuesday, July 17, 2018

An urgent appeal for information has been issued after a Mandarin duckling was reported stolen from Castle Espie Wetlands Centre in Comber, Co Down on Monday.

The centre has appealed for the two-week-old duckling's immediate return as they have a specialist diet when they are young.

Mandarin Ducks can be sold for up to £600 and are very colourful when they are fully grown.

"A Mandarin duckling was taken from inside our Duckery. At such a young age, these birds require a special diet, so its safe return is a high priority," a Castle Espie spokesperson said.

"If anyone has any information that could help us reunite this duckling with its family, please let us know."

The duckling is believed stolen. Credit: Castle Espie.
The duckling is believed stolen. Credit: Castle Espie.

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