I have 2 male pilgrim geese (Dandelion and Clover) and 2 female pilgrim geese (Daisy and Violet) who are just under a year old. They are starting to act like they are entering their first breeding season and I have actually witnessed Daisy and one of the males mating. The problem is that both males seem to want Daisy and are not paying attention to Violet. The males are not fighting as of yet but I feel sorry for Violet. Within our flock I have a silver Appleyard drake (Coriander) who lost his mate (Paprika) this past fall and he seems to be taking an interest in Violet. Does anyone think that the drake is throwing a wrench in the natural coupling that should be taking place between the geese or is he just doing that because they are the odd-man-out together? Should I separate off one of the males with Violet? I do not want to disrupt the flock relationship, but I'm not sure if things will right themselves naturally or if I need to intervene. I am also not sure which male it was that I saw mating with Daisy and don't want to take away the male she has chosen. I am hoping to find a suitable sized duck for my drake as well so that might help. Any advise and experience with this is welcomed! Thank you!