Photos first, then the question (not the greatest photos as it is rather drab weather here this time of year and the female really blends with the environment) ... The Parents: Their Ducklings: These birds are supposedly production Rouen, but I am wondering if that's correct. There are very prominent neck rings on the females, with the normal thin neck band on the males. You can just see the narrow neck band beginning to show on the one duckling, while the other three have the fat "open" neck band like their mother. Also, the adult hen has given us a "Large" light green egg every day since she started laying mid-summer and I didn't think Rouen were so productive. They do fly a tiny bit ... the female was able to flap up over the fence on their enclosure back when it was between 3 & 4 feet high, but it does take effort and they can't fly far. Are they really Rouen? Do you think we'll be able to keep the second male, or is that going to be bad for the hens? Thank you in advance for replies! Merry Christmas!