So I ordered 8 baby chicks from My Pet Chicken. I know people complain about that particular place, but last time I ordered, I got 15 chicks and they were all alive, properly sexed, and grew up to be beautiful, productive birds. Over the past year, I've lost a few to predators and a respiratory disease, and I decided to get a few more and split the order with a friend who also has chickens. I got them this morning after two days in transit. One--a rhode island red--was dead and the other, a Welsummer (which I've been wanting for AGES) seems to be suffering from a really awful neurological problem wherein she can't walk, stand, or hold her head straight. I will probably cull her this evening. My Pet Chicken has already refunded me for the dead rhode island and the screwed up Welsummer, but as I'm looking through my order, I realize that there's supposed to be another Rhode Island Red, and I'm pretty sure there's not (they're rather distinct chicks!). So my main objective is to a). confirm that I've correctly identified the others and b). get some help with my mystery chick who was supposed to be a rhode island red but clearly isn't. Let's start with what I'm pretty sure are my two Easter Eggers. They both seem to have those cute little "muffs" at the sides of their heads, which is what I'm basing my guess on. Sorry the pics aren't full body shots. I was having a hard time getting them to hold still! Now here's one that I'm almost certain is my Speckled Sussex (I hope!). I've really been wanting a Sussex, and I'd really appreciate if at least THAT part of my order had gone right. Her markings aren't as distinct as some of the pictures I've seen of other sussex chicks, but I'm pretty sure that's what she is: And finally, we come to the mystery chick. What say you? (Photos below) Any ideas? Could she still be a RIR?? She has no red to speak of!! Thanks so much for any help you can offer!!