Hi all! I'm curious about suspected breeds of my ducks and help/advice with my youngest duck who seems to have a balance or leg/feet issue. Description below. This is my first post, hopefully pics come through. I have 3 backyard ducks as pets. I got them May 23 and was told two of them were 3 days old (turned out to be one boy 1 girl-Meadow and Carmela) and one of them was 1 day old (my little girl Adriana) The youngest seems to be very unique, she has feathers on her legs and has always been somewhat unsteady on her feet. While the other two hold their necks outstretched or upright as they walk, my little one keeps hers tucked down mostly. She also often rests with her weight on her heels with her legs bent at a slant, almost like she's about to lay down. She also hops around at times like a rabbit, and I've never seen the other two do that. Recently (2 wks ago) while I was gone from home, she tumbled onto her back after she got out of the pool and was unable to turn back over. She laid on her back 8 whole hours (per our camera footage) and beat her poor right wing until it bled at the quills, trying to get upright. Luckily my aunt lives behind me and called me when she noticed the duck on her back and my family came over and held her until I got here. She's healed up now and the wing is back to normal but she's definitely more cautious and stays back from the others, doesn't get in the pool as often, etc. I supplemented niacin starting on week 1 because she's been unsteady from early on but it really worries me that she is THIS unsteady. We both work jobs and I can't be here all day to make sure it doesn't happen again. I put them up at night because we've already had a coyote try to get in their lot. She is able to go up the ramp, and acts very happy and normal like nothing is wrong, but it's clear that she walks and stands differently. I also don't know their breeds and neither did the man who gave them to me. If you can tell anything by looking at them, please share. Pic 1 shows how she frequently stands/holds her weight leaned back.