I hatched some chicks as part of our summer science camp in July & decided to keep the hens. (Roosters are illegal in our town.) I believe I have 3 hens, 2 roosters, and 1 ?? -I just don't know. I have no idea of the breeds - probably mutts - from a rainbow of eggs. (full size - not bantams) Please let me know if my predictions are correct & if you know what breeds might be in the mix. The flock at a glance. Hen. Maybe an Easter-egger? Greenish-grey legs with feather stubble Hen. Large, A lot of "fluff" to her feathers. White with slight buff color on head. Pale legs, beak & comb. Timid around people Hen smaller. yellow legs & beak Rooster. Mostly white. Faint barring (buff color) on wings. Slightly smaller than the others. Comb turned pink at 4 weeks. Rooster. Largest & leader of flock. I hope someone will tell me I'm wrong. Personality says it all with this beauty. He is trained to come when called and goes into the coop when told. He even tolerates going to the park to ride the swings with the kids. I think I see some saddle feathers but no crowing or huge tail yet. ???? The 2 photo collages above are all the same chicken. Grey (kind of thick for size) legs. Has always been the smallest, but is fearless & always busy. I've said rooster since the day it hatched, but at 9 1/2+ weeks, the comb is still small. Only now is the tiny comb getting a little color. Likes to raise & cock its head as you speak. The collar around the back of neck looks pointed, but the actual feather tips are more rounded. Thank you for taking the time to read this & give your opinion.