So, in a month, there will be maybe twenty or thirty ducklings running around the yard. Last year, the Great Pyrenees pups played a little too rough with the ducklings and most of them died under a heavy paw, but this year they are respectful of the small critters in the yard and there have been no mishaps. Stay tuned in a month for the cutest little duckies. Some of the eggs may be from the other ducks, but judging by the size of them, I would say that no Khaki Campbell ducks, who lay a much smaller egg, have laid in the Rouen nests. Rouen ducks are one of the few breeds that will sit and hatch their own eggs. Most of the other varieties have lost that trait during selective breeding, unfortunately. Quack, quack, quack!