How she been doing?
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Put up a pen next to hers so they can see each other but can't get at each other. Keep them a part for a few days, once they seem comfortable with each other let them have supervised play time together. Do this and each day let them stay together for a longer and longer time until you trust them together alone. If you want them to sleep in the same coop I use a dog carrier and put the new duck in the carrier so they can once again see each other but can't hurt each other and they learn that this duck lives here. What kind of duck did you get?
They kinda look like a cayuga duck. You should hope it is, that's a really good breed! They're the second quietest duck breed and they're very easy to tame though yours already looks that way. They're really cute!!!!!I hope they get along, having a friend will really help her stay happy and it is possible that this duckling will help her trust you more. Whenever I get a new duck they usually end up coming over to me because my mallard drake is either getting treats or just cuddling me and they want in on it. This wild girl may be a bit trickier though, it'll probably take a long time before she trusts you completely and even then she may still run and hiss at you. Small steps with her.