See why tourists flock from around the world to watch these famous ducks

The Peabody hotel in Memphis hosts an odd tradition that dates back to the 1930's. A special ceremony led by a professional "duckmaster" has captured the hearts of millions of travelers across the world. #CNN #News


    1. @M Hall It doesn’t matter what’s going on in the world. The main problem is that slavery has never left and still here in a different way by us being born with a number go to school to learn to be a slave in a good way and force to work in order to make a living for the rest of our life only for most of it to take most of it out our check to make us keep working til the day you pass away. If that’s not human slavery/prostitution/human trafficking,I don’t know what is lol. Until we all come together and say enough is enough with human slavery and do something about it,get back to school/work slave!

  1. My wife and mother in law makes the whole family dress in our finest every time we attend the duck ceremony. (It is accidental we attend some other event the same day. )

  2. Awww just look at ’em waddle there, so cute in line like that – such well-behaved lil duckies! 🦆 ❤😊I was surprised by how all those ppl gathered around the fountain etc. didn’t seem to phase or bother the ducks one bit, but ofc if they do this twice a day with a cool guy like Kenon, I get it (AND the mere fact that they live in a gorgeous, comfy duckie penthouse – probably a lot nicer than some ppls’ own homes – would put any duck in a great mood I’d think! Love the mini duckie stairs too)! Never thought I’d ever think this, but how does one even begin to interview for a “duckmaster” job? 🤔… 🗣️”Oh, I really love all ducks and such…just never for dinner of course…” Lol I also wonder if those 🦆 🦆🦆🦆🦆 ever feel just a tad nervous once in awhile whenever a hotel chef passes by around meal times?! 🤣🤷🏻‍♀️

    Well, If I ever get to Memphis I’ll definitely have to check this out! Anybody in this comment section ever been to The Peabody Hotel before and seen this fun pomp and circumstance stuff? I woulda loved it when I was little (always enjoyed feeding the ducks pieces of bread in our backyard)!! 😅🦆

  3. Being a native and local Memphian, thank you for sharing a beautiful part of our city. We need more stories like this in the world today.

  4. I’ve always like the Peabody Hotel since my college days at the University of Memphis formerly Memphis State University days back in the late 76-80.
    I also modeled there during the “Spring Teas” the lady’s would have there.
    It is absolutely beautiful!

  5. “It’s a calling.” I think that pun WAS intended. 😁 This video was a refreshing break from news of the world and politics!

  6. I grew up an hour from the Peabody. It’s wonderful. It’s of my favorite things about Memphis. I remember seeing the ducks as a child. Now I have kids of my own and I love taking them to the Peabody to have the same experience.

    The Peabody uses the ducks to help raise money for St. Jude, a local hospital that treats children with cancer for free.

  7. انه شيئ رائع حقا👍…. ان أرى الشعار الروحي لنادي الوداد الرياضي… يعش في أمريكا بهاده العناية👌……… شكرا لكم.. وعاشت البطة🦆🦆🦆🦆🦆 في عز إلى الأبد…. ❤🇲🇦🦁🇲🇦🦁🇺🇸🇻🇮🇺🇸🇻🇮

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