We picked up DS's Call ducks last week, a two-year-old breeding pair of whites (I think!). They came from a very experienced breeder. I found it interesting that "Rosie" the hen was the bigger of the two, while "Danny" the drake is smaller. I also noticed when we picked them up that the drake has a spot on the back of his neck where the feathers are plucked. This morning I saw "Rosie" mounting "Danny" and suddenly realized why that plucked spot is there. Now I'm thoroughly confused! Who is the male and who is the female? Neither one seems to have an obvious drake feather. Of the two, the bigger one makes a noise the most like a "quack", but without opening his/her mouth. The littler one kind of squeaks. Neither one is anywhere near as noisy as I expected Calls to be. Do we have two drakes? Or is Rosie just confused about her gender identity? We're hoping for ducklings in the spring, so we kind of need to figure this out. Here's a pic -- "Danny" the smaller on the left, "Rosie" the bigger on the right -- who's the boy and who's the girl?