Biff the buff duck is clearly the top girl. She will body slam the other girls and bully others away from food and water when she wants it. The two mallard sisters are at the bottom. They are meek and quiet, and I have never seen any kind of dominant behavior from them. They get pushed around by every one, but it's not constant or to the point of stressing them. They're well accepted, they just don't get the best spots for foraging and other perks. Other than that, it's hard to tell the order of the flock. The other girls never really pick on anyone too much, and don't get picked on much either. So I would assume they are in the middle somewhere.
My flock is in such a confusing state right now with adding the chickens and two juveniles ducks. The roosters will all be culled, as will be half mallard drakes and possibly the young Pekin juvenile that turned out to be a boy. I hope once the excess testosterone is removed from the flock then maybe they will settle down and establish order.
Edited by PotatoWaffles - 4/20/16 at 7:28am