Cackle hatchery's Hatchery Surprise- Anybody got this before? - Page 268
I will watch their progress on Tuesday on the USPS intranet (I am fortunate enough to work for the PO) but it really helps to have an idea ahead of time.
It's all in the timing. If the schedule slips a little bit, they will miss the truck north from Bangor and if I don't drive down, they will sit for another day. I'll gladly take on the 3-hour drive each way to ensure their comfort if not survival.
Lol. Yes it took quite a few shots but I also have a pretty good camera phone that doesn't blur too much.
Speckled Sussex or Brown Leghorn, or both. The one on the right seems a bit more Sussex to me--they tend to be redder. They also have Spangled Old English which would look the same. The thing to watch for is if the legs end up pink/white (Sussex) or Yellow (Leghorn).
In the other images, that weren't covered yet (I agree with the others' responses)--Black or Blue Cochin, Columbian Wyandotte or Rock, (or White Giant, but legs look too yellow) Generic Red Bird (Rhode Island Red, New Hampshire, Production Red...). The yellow feather shanked bird could be a Faverolle (5 toes) as mentioned, or Wheaten Marans (4 toes). Other yellow chicks--white birds--White Leghorn, Delaware, Austra White--depends on shank color and if there any black spots.