Please help me voice sex my ducks!

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by DuckiesAndBees, May 14, 2011.

  1. DuckiesAndBees

    DuckiesAndBees Chirping

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    I have an idea, but I would like an outside opinion because this is my first time trying to voice-sex ducks. Thanks in advance for any input! [​IMG]




     

  2. DuckiesAndBees

    DuckiesAndBees Chirping

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    Anybody?
     
  3. ZoeS95423

    ZoeS95423 Songster

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    Hmm, I am not sure, because they arent even actually quacking yet. They still sound kinda peepingish.
     
  4. mandelyn

    mandelyn Crowing 8 Years

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    Henry and Gus seem to have appropriate names. Not sure on the 3rd one, but it's a raspy peep. Time will tell. I'll see if I can get a video of my Pekin girl who's voice is changing.
     

  5. DurhamDuck

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    Quote:Oh my gosh! I Have no idea but that was too darn cute! LOL
     
  6. i can't tell for sure at this point. They do all sound very peepy. i forget at what age mine starting quacking. Do you see any curly tail feathers on any of them?
     
  7. TLWR

    TLWR Songster 8 Years

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    The 2nd one, Henry, sounded raspy to me, but the other 2, not really sure if it is a quack in the making or rasping
     

  8. MissusDee

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    Yeah, try it again in another week. If I were just going to guess, would say the second two are male, and the first one might be a female, but it still could be baby peeps too.
     
    Last edited: May 16, 2011
  9. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life Premium Member 8 Years

    they sounded like they were doing impersonations of a squeak toy, [​IMG]
     

  10. DuckiesAndBees

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    Thanks everyone for the input. My feeling was that Henry is male because he does sound raspy. I've heard Gus kind of "honk" so I thought that meant female, but (s)he hasn't done that for awhile. Pebbles I have no idea! Back to waiting! [​IMG]
     

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