Maybe not, you never can tell what color baby fuzz will mature into. But these were my first grey colored silkies and based on their baby down colors I really did not expect them to feather in to gray . They were taupe colored chicks with a yellowish undercoat- no gray at all until they feathered out. The second photo of mine is probably the more accurate as to color. I can't seem to find pictures of my darker grays as chicks but I seem to remember the same taupe over yellow just a darker shade like yours. . Your chicks might be a touch more copperish than mine but your photos really made me think of my chicks as babies. My only other suggestion might be a partridge. Although most, but not all, of my partridge chicks had some chipmunk striping. .I'm curious to see how this chick comes out. Keep us updated.