To make a long story short, there was (again!) another classroom hatch issue I got a call for. Chick was shrink wrapped after initially pipping itself out...even though the poor thing was peeping like crazy....teacher was "well, its probably gonna die" - hence the phone call from the school nurse to me to see if I could help...how can you listen to the poor thing screaming all day, trying to bust out of the shell, and tell the kids "its probably gonna die".....anyway...I digress...I took screaming chick who was stuck home...wrapped it in a warm wet paper towel, then put it underneath one of my broody ladies...after about 4 hours, multiple re-wrapping of shell, etc....Broody mommy and I got that baby to hatch, and she went on to raise it! Team effort! I fixed it's toes ("shoes" to straighten them), made sure it was eating and drinking, etc...and 3 plus months later...a happy healthy chicken....So NOW - what is it! The eggs were from a local farm where there are different roosters among araucana hens and some other brown egg layer....it came from a brown egg - so I know mom isn't the araucana....dad could be anyone....even a bantam....It LOOKS like it could be a black star - I have two (foster mom is a Black Star) .... I don't remember white on the head though - no crowing (yet) thinking a pullet....what do you think?