Wow your silkies are very pretty, although 3 months for a silky is quite young to be crowing, I of course could be wrong but mine are 21 weeks and not one has crowed yet lol!! Unless i have all girls of course!!
I am afraid I wouldn't like to guess what yours are, I don't have the experience yet!!
I know, I was shocked when I realized that my Silkie was the first crower in the flock of 11. I have 5 definite EE roosters, that are a lot more masculine, but they just now, this week, have joined the crowing choir. ;-)
It took me a week to actually see him in an act, and the sound he makes is quite different then EE roosters. Now, when I have a bunch of crowers, I can tell when the Silkie is crowing vs. one of the EEs. ;-)
According to the internet ticker, that I set up for the chicks when I got them, they are 3 months and a week old. They looked just hatched the day we got them. I picked two Silkies from a box of eleven. Im so excited I may have a pair.
I have never heard of a silkie crowing at 3 months. Standards don't even crow until 4 months (16 weeks) and Silkies tend to take longer then that. A Silkie's crow sounds like it's caught in their throat, it's actually quite comical to listen to until they get the hang of it.
I swear I saw him crow, many many times. In the morning when I leave for work, me and my girls watch him do that. The sound he makes is softer then these percing sounds other roosters make.
Just a few days ago, when I was getting dressed at home we heard a silkie crow (which wasn't anything unusual, he's been doing it for a while). But then I heard another crow and I knew it wasn't Silkie. I said to my daugther - "oh boy, I think we have another crower" and then they both sung in unison! That was the funniest thing ever!