Hi, guys! I'm so embarrassed of my brooder ... all your photos are so clean and pretty. It's been a rough day for these little ones, so I didn't want to disturb them too much for photos. I snapped a few pictures from the top of the brooder, but I tried to get some of everyone. For some reason, the other emails haven't arrived to my email yet. In this picture, I'd call the top chick porcelain, then the second row is a very canary yellow chick next to a white chick next to a blue. I am so curious about the whites and yellows because I ordered these chicks from Stromburg's and I can "place" everyone according to what I ordered, but the yellows are being counted as whites. Thanks to BYC, I've become very interested in d'Uccle genetics as of late, so I'm considering doing some projects, and if these stay "some white, some yellow," then all turn white when they get older, maybe these will be the projects I start on. Here is another picture with a cluster of porcelain bottom left, some more blues, two MF's, and a yellow and a white (or 2 whites). I just can't say enough about them. I'm so pleased with everything about them, and I'm really excited to keep learning more and to join some of the d'Uccle clubs that are out there. I looked on the website and saw that there were two shows in 2011 that were near me, but I think one had been in January, in which case I don't believe my new chicks will be ready, but I'm looking forward to learning all I can about the breed and hoping I can get involved in the showing and breeding, too. Thanks for looking! I'll post more tomorrow when they get some clean towels down and I can feel more comfortable getting in there and getting more "hands-on." They had a rough trip from Minnesota to southwest Florida, but I'm happy to say that all arrived alive, plus extras.