If only they'd stay still, I could get better pictures.
Edited by SillyRooster - 2/19/16 at 6:54am
The last photo is possibly the only one that helps out, but from that one, and assuming i am seeing things correctly, I'd say the one in the background has more significant wattle and comb development, compared to the one in the foreground, so from that i think one of each.
Its difficult getting good photos I know, but what would help is if you can get photos of the head of each bird and a side-on photo (so we can see evidence of saddle feather development).
Maybe our eagle-eyed gender experts will provide more input soon.
All the best
X 3 Junebuggena's post The pictures make it extremely difficult, we see backs of birds but not combs and fronts, . They are in all different positions.
The last photo was the best. You need more of that. One bird in a photo and we have to judge from is front view showing comb & side view standing naturally.