Thanks. Yes, I feel a tad guilty posting pretty well the ugliest pictures I have of him/her! He/she is really sweet actually [of course] and runs to my hand when I put it in their enclosure. He/she leans his/her little chest into my palm to be picked up and is so relaxed. Loves to be held and petted. Little sweetie.
So, here he/she is in a cuter picture. :) Thanks for all your help. Can't wait for his/her head and neck to fluff out more.
[PS--regarding sex, the beak angle looks female, and the chick walks 90% low in the chest. The below pix is an oddity-- standing a bit upright (something startled him/her hence my being able to take a clear photo!). Recently however, he/she got a bump on the middle of his/ her comb area which might signal male. ? I remember recently someone spoke of females having the little round bump there, not wide, but bumped out. ??? Any guesses??? :) ]
I have a hen that walks out like a cockerel. I wouldn't use that as a basis to determine gender. The comb does look like a nice little bump, but it could continue to grow or not. There's really no telling. Right now, it's just a guess. I have chicks that are nearly 3 months old and I'm still just guessing on them. Although, I can already tell pretty well on the ones that have a wide comb path-- even though there is no growth on their combs yet-- I can see the ones that are wide and flat will most likely be boys. The ones that remain narrow along the top of their beak most likely end up being girls-- UNLESS of course they don't! LOL Your chick seems to be pretty darned young to be getting a comb in. All of mine at nearly 3 months don't have anything yet. How old is that chick?