I have 2 Buff Orpingtons and a Silver Laced Wyandotte. They are all almost 3 months old. At about 2 months old, the Wyandotte started crowing occasionally. I looked it up on then forums and it seemed she might just be a rare crowing hen... Now, "she" is crowing more and louder and she is bigger than the other chicks and has more masculine features... See the video below. Is this a crowing hen or a rooster? If it is a rooster, it has to go because my town does not allow that at all. I have a friend who has a farm that might take him in. The best part is that we had named her Cruella from the Dalmatians movie... and now it is more like Crowella. I appreciate any insight. If it is a hen, I did get some velcro to create a "rooster collar" to suppress the crowing but I would only do that if it was truly a hen as I want the eggs.