Could someone please help me figure out the gender of my chickens

Kennedys

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UPDATE:
I found out it was the black silkie. Thank you all for your help. I’m glad to know that the other nonsilkies are pullets and not roosters.

Hello. I got 4 chickens from a hatchery 2 Americaunas, 1 Rhode Island Red, and 1 barred rock. These chickens are now 15 weeks old. I also purchased 2 silkies from a lady. At the time, the white chick was bigger than black chick and now the black one is bigger. She said they were the same age but I’m not sure about that. They are supposedly 16 weeks now. I have just recently noticed that one of my chickens is crowing and I just can’t figure out which one it can be. Also, last week, one of my americaunas (the lighter grey one) went over the fence and lost some of its feathers from the neighbors dog. I’m not sure if perhaps something like that can lead to crowing because I’m new to all of this so I would love some help from the experts if you don’t mind!
 

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Kennedys

In the Brooder
May 4, 2021
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I am new at this. I’m guessing it’s one of the silkies...I don’t see a cockerel in the other chickens although like I said, still learning. So I’ll be watching to see what others think!
Thanks! I’m thinking that too but then I start to think that perhaps the lighter Americauna may be a rooster because the tail feather falls down, but that could be because that chicken lost some of its feather so I don’t know. Im not allowed to have a rooster where i live and don’t want to get rid of the wrong one, that would suck. I also feel bad for my neighbors because for the past 5 days at 550am the rooster crows for a minute or two.
 

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