Album link - http://good-times.webshots.com/album/563276102ODkBXs?vhost=good-times My mom just bought these little guys from our local feed store to go with my female Buff Orpington (eventually) that just lost her last sister. They were born on April 28 and the guy took a guess at them being Ameraucanas but was not 100% sure. I looked at some pics of them online and it looks like what they might be, but I'd just like to be sure They are cute! They were peeping nervously when brought home so I put them in my hand and they went right to sleep so I took a bunch of pics while I had the chance Thanks guys! I'll keep everyone up to date on their progress. Once I know what they are I plan on scouring every inch of the internet - and this site - to learn every little things about their breed. Let's cross our fingers that they both are hens! They are so freakin' cute I hope, hope, hope that they are hens so I don't have to get rid of one! Kim UPDATE: More pics and the differences I've noticed between the two. I know that they say you can't tell a roo this early, but as a just-in-case. Though admittedly, it could simply be that one's feathers are growing faster than the others, as well as the fact that no two chickens look EXACTLY alike, but let me know if Baby #1 looks like a roo to anyone experienced. Again, I do know that it's prob too early to tell, but 'just-in-case' I thought I'd point out ALL the differences in them. Maybe it will help distinguish the breed as well I'll let the experienced be the judge. I took these when I was giving them some attention in the morning so I could get the pics. Baby 1 pictures... Tail makes a noticeable V on this one Shows the side view of it - pretty! This baby has a yellow cere (area above the nose) Top of the head Green eyes and wing Back Yellow legs on this one Baby 2 Straighter tail right now Top of the head Back Face. Pinker cere (area on top of nose) than the other one Wing and tail This one has pink legs - notice almost the same color as my hand. The camera doesn't show the pink well I don't think. Hope these pics help even more. I don't know why. I just have a gut feeling that Baby 1 might be a roo. I would be the first to admit being wrong if I am though The way it watches over the other one, the way it acts, all of it. Though, it could just be a more protective one, but still ... I just looked at the receipt and it says CHICKS-BANTAMS ALL KINDS 2 @ $3.49 ea. So that is all they knew. All kinds That narrows it down.