Ok, so we introduced new ducks all wrong and obviously need advice on how to start over. We have 2 female BEIs - 1 is about 7mo old and the other about 18mo old - we have had them for about 3mo. DH decided he wanted some gray call ducks and found a trio for sale (2 girls, 1 boy) from a local breeder - she said they are about 20mo old. So we ask her if we could put them right in with our BEIs and she said after some initial jostling, all should be fine. We let the 3 call ducks loose in the pen with BEIs and at first they seemed OK. Then they all jumped in the water and all H____ broke loose. Mainly between the drake and our younger BEI. But we hoped for the best and let them spend the night together. This morning, I found the 3 calls in the pool and the BEIs sitting on the ground looking kind of miserable. The drake and the young BEI would start at each other if one came near the other. So, we decided to take the drake and one of the female call ducks and put them in a separate pen for a while - leaving one female call with the BEIs. The female call that was left started quacking loud enough to raise the dead. So we put the other female back in with her and they quieted down. However, then the younger BEI started harassing the 2 calls. Grrrrrrrr. So, now we have the 2 female calls together with the older and less agressive BEI. We have the younger BEI out free ranging for a while - something she enjoys. The drake call duck is in a pen by himself, though not very happy about it. Suggestions on how to start the intoductions again with hopefully better results?