Edited by cookiemonster63 - 4/22/16 at 2:24pm
What gender is my EE?
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first off for me is the overall coloring. This is a classic female color. Males are brighter colored, with patchy areas of red or other bright colors, designed to say "Look at me!" You pullet is drab colored, nothing flashy, she's designed to blend into her surroundings and say "There's nothing to see here".
A male at this age would also have a larger, plumper comb that was getting red. Male Easter eggers often have three rows of bumps on the comb, making gender pretty obvious from a fairly young age.
You have two nice looking pullets, and I think your boy will be overjoyed the first time he finds an egg