Hi all, I live on a small island and the only chickens anyone has here are barnyard mutts. That's all I've ever had. Now a while ago we had neighbours come and visit and when they left they gave us their leftover food. Including 3 eggs. I recognised them as Easter Eggers and as i had just had a hen go broody i thought i had nothing to lose by tucking the eggs under her. Remarkably enough, after the eggs traveling down here by plane, sitting in the fridge for at least 3 weeks and not once being turned.. one of the crazy things hatched. I was only told that the people who have the chickens have amaraucanas and I know nothing about these birds. This little one we named Jet on hatch because it was just soooo much blacker than any of the other black chicks that hatched out. He's also got feathered legs and feet. It is four weeks old now and I'm wondering if there is any way to tell if it is a pullet or a cockerel. There were nine chicks hatched out of this brood and several of them exhibit cock type sparring/fighting but this one rarely takes part in that which has given me some hope it's a pullet. Is it too early to tell? Here is a photo taken this morning.