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Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by Glenmar, Nov 14, 2011.
I think one of each.
I think you are right....when my black-shouldered babies were that size it was easy to tell, the males were bigger and started getting the darker feathering around the neck.
I bought these in September. They were really young. No blue on any necks yet, so now I am thinking
they are two hens??
Its difficult to tell with the angle of the photo. One looks darker than the other. the upper back on the two also look different, but that could also be due to the photo angle.
i can tell you that the one on the left looks similar to my black shouldered cameo hens i have. not sure about the one on the right if it is female or male yet.
The one on the right is a male and the one on the left is female.
Looks like two hens
The reason I think the one on the right is a male is it has some lacing on its saddle and his primaries have a rusty color to them.
Barryk BS hens have rusty color flights
note flight on this hen..now she is pied ,some are white but you can see one that is rusty
Left hen, pretty sure the one on the right is a male. He should start getting his color soon if it is indeed a male.