About 3-4 months ago my little brother and I got 3 ducks...

About 3-4 months ago my little brother and I got 3 ducks, 2 Mallards and one white. 1 female Mallard and 1 male Mallard and I can't tell what my white one is, if it's a male or female. I hope it's a male just because I named "him" Lou. Can you help me figure it out?

Also about maybe less than a month ago something got into the duck pet and grabed both the Mallards (we found one dead) so we're sure the other one is too. My white duck was quacking alot after that calling for the others, so I comforted "him" I was with Lou pretty much everyday untill we got other little ducks. Lou now picks on the other ones but "he's" getting better, I know there teritorial so that might have something to do with it.

Now when ever I come up to Lou and talk sweet to "him" he comes up to me and does this weird quack and bobs "his" head up and down on a diaginal.

Can you help me figure out what Lous saying or what it might mean?

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How to Identify a Male Mallard Duck


 The male Mallard duck is one of the easiest ducks to identify. The glistening, emerald green head and trademark white neck ring of the male mallard duck make him easily distinguishable from the female mallard duck and other species of ducks.

 Difficulty: Moderate
Instructions


  1. Step 1
    Look at the colors on the duck. In addition to its bright green head with a white ring, the male mallard is known for its colorful feathers and body parts. The male mallard duck has a brown chest, silver wing feathers and bright blue feathers on the tips of his wings. His bill is bright yellow and his feet are orange.

  2. Step 2
    Listen for his call. Male mallards do not say "Quack quack" they say "Kwek kwek." The male's call is nasal and raspy. The female mallard makes the more traditional "Quack" sound.

  3. Step 3
    Look at him dabbling. Mallards are classified as a "dabbling duck," which means that they skim the surface of the water with their beaks to feed on vegetation. Mallards rarely dive to look for food.

  4. Step 4
    Note its location. The mallard duck breeds in Canada and winters in North America, Central America and the West Indies. The mallard can also be found in Europe and Asia.

  5. Step 5
    Visit their favorite spots. Mallards can be found in rivers, swamps, marshes, ponds and estuaries. Mallards are social ducks and are often found in large groups. 

 

 


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