I have 4 bantam Polish crested chicks free to good homes. They were hatched May 19 and have been vaccinated against Marek's virus. They're from Boggy Bottom Bantams' black crested white stock, and are rare birds that could produce a variety of colors when bred. I think the black one may be a boy, and I'm not sure on any of the whites. Two of the whites have slate legs, and one has white legs. The birds with slate legs look like they may get some khaki feathering back, or may feather out as white crested khaki. Their chick down was all khaki with a white crest. I'd like them to go in pairs. First buyer may choose which two in a pair. I live near Pittsburgh, PA. Willing to drive a reasonable distance to rehome them. Close to Philly, for example, is not a reasonable distance.