I never realized ducks - girls - were such floozies until I got a call duck pair, and then later, four Cayuga ducks. I had a Cayuga pair until the hen was killed by a predator when she was brooding a nest full of eggs. That left me with Louie, the widower Cayuga drake. Bought four straight run ducklings, all turned out male. Lost one. Hatched three call ducks, lost one, left with the pair. The four Cayuga drakes frequently raped the call duck, to her mate's consternation, until the calls learned to fly to safety. I bought six sexed female Cayuga ducklings, lost two to a predator when they started to wander at night. (Now everybody goes into the coop with the chickens, even my Toulouse pair.) Priscilla, the call duck hen, seduces Elvis her mate several times a day. SHE initiates the coy head bobbing. He cannot resist her advances. His victory lap around the pool cracks me up. The Cayuga drakes are always interested, but not quick enough to catch her. The Cayuga girls are now flirting with the drakes. A LOT. Because of the past Cayuga drake behavior with the call hen, I thought this would be just a drake issue, but those girls are floozies!