Sometimes nature can seem cruel and violent. It can be challenging to accept this side of the natural world. Let’s see what happens when a mother animal turns her back upon her young. This is how it stands today. It is something we do not need to accept or change.
This is a lesson Erin, Bea, and her clutch have taught us. Bea was abandoned before she had the chance to hatch. Bea was upset by the circumstances. Bea was first found by Erin when she had hatched. Erin was unable to persuade her mother duck to return to the nest. Erin reached the conclusion that she would deal with the situation by herself.
Early on, Bea hatched. The rest of the hatchery abandoned her.
On my way home, I checked the nest to ensure all the chicks were duds because there were many unhatched chicks. That was a good thing I did! This little bugger had already begun hatching! It hatched precisely one day after the rest. Mama tried to return to her nest for hours. The baby was still sleeping at sundown, and mama refused to let it go. In an interview with another website, Erin shared her thoughts.