Can you move a duck egg from one spot to another while still on the incubation process without the mother duck abandoning it?
No because the egg needs incubation at all times.
I suppose you could is move the mother duck with it, put her on a cushion or something.
It is illegal to move a wild duck egg [Migratory Bird Treaty Act (16U.S.C. 703-712)] . You can be cited if an officer sees you. Even lifting the eggs destroys them and the ducks will continue to nest with no possibility of them hatching.
Not to mention you may be beaten senseless by the couple who's eggs you're trying to move. They get really mad if you get within 5 feet of a nest.
Definition of "Incubation" In the poultry (eggs) industry; the process of hatching the eggs artificially without the female birds using machine to create artificial environment until the eggs is hatched. In medical prospect; the phase where pathogenic microorganisms (such virus, bacteria..) living in the human body in inactive form (no harm to the human health)
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Well i think that abusing an animal is hiting it chaining it up outside without water, beating it, being mean to it choking it whiping it, things like that, abandoning an animal is probily leaving it for days at a time alone or just leaving it and not coming back leaving an animal somewhere and not coming back. Dont know if this helps any.