Okay, I know this is one of those topics that gets beat to death, but now I'm getting confused and curious. I've got the three amigos and for some time now have been thinking that Zipper was a boy. His quack is raspier than Maggie's. But on a recent post someone said that male's quacks are almost like a whisper. Zipper has never been a whisperer and sometimes when he decides to voice his opinion he quacks loud enough to split eardrums (like this morning in the enclosed garage!!!). So, I guess what I'm wondering is: In all your "expert" opinions, how accurate is voice sexing? And do the male ducks really just make whispering noises or are they just raspier but still loud. Because so far none of three are quiet by anymeans! BTW, they are almost 8 weeks old, Zipper is a black cayuga, maggie a magpie and baby blue is a blue swede> Thanks for all your help! I'm terrible at waiting and it seems like ages before the drake feathers will arrive!