What genders are my ducks?

Wattskatie

Hatching
May 19, 2020
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Female ducks have the traditional recognizable quack. Males have a more low, whispered quack. In my experience the males don't really make much noise at all at that age. In another week or two you will be able to be sure about the gender when the tail feathers come in. Males will have curled tail feathers.
 

HENS-and-MARES

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Where it snows.
Female ducks have the traditional recognizable quack. Males have a more low, whispered quack. In my experience the males don't really make much noise at all at that age. In another week or two you will be able to be sure about the gender when the tail feathers come in. Males will have curled tail feathers.
Four weeks for tail feathers?
 

HENS-and-MARES

Crowing
Apr 6, 2020
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Where it snows.
So if they both make lots of noise, but one is a higher pitch, and is slightly more of a squeak and the other makes a lower pitched version of that with the occasional quack, male, and female? Or both female. Or both Male?
 

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