Thank you! I'm not giving up hope... I'm still calling this chick "Lacey," and I've been googling wyandottes combs all day trying to find more than the two happy hen endings I've found with red combs/wattles this early. But even if it is a roo, we will keep it. In fact, we just finished building a new coop for the future extra roosters. I've read that bachelors can happily live together, so that's our plan. I'll put one or two roos in with my hens (I think I'll have 14 hens altogether with my layers and these chicks) and the extra boys will live a celibate life together in the second coop/run and hopefully like it that way.Don’t give up so easily! It’s still too early to be sure. Wyandottes pink up early, pullets too. My BLRW pullet looked very much like that at the same age. Wait until 12-14 weeks and then repost if you are still in doubt.
I plan on coming back to update this thread with a crow or egg story. So many of the gender threads leave me wondering what ended up happening.