I only got two Ameraucana "pullets," so I HATE to ask this question, but SOMEBODY is crowing at 5:30 every morning, and I don't want to finger/re-home the wrong perpetrator. My silver Ameraucana is nearly 19 weeks old, has the biggest legs of my gang of seven, has sickle tail feathers, and pointy saddle feathers. I'm going back and forth between blaming him-her and a Barred Rock with a slightly-bigger comb, but really, both of their combs are in the range where they might be hens, and I'm thinking the fact that the Americaunas are a small-combed breed is confusing me. He-she acts the most like a roo, too ... a little standoffish and the one who stands up in the coop at night to see what I'm doing in there. And I MIGHT see little bumps where the spurs will come out on the legs, but I can't swear with absolute certainty. Help! Is this obvious to all you experts?