So I thought that two of my silver Ameraucanas (EE's) were roosters- now I am not so sure... the brown rooster you see in the pics is the exact same age as the three silvers (one I am positive is a hen). What do you guys think? They haven't started getting their combs yet, no saddle feathers that I can see, scrawny little girly legs..... might I have lucked out or are they just slow to mature??? Also they have no green irridescence (spelling) to their tails like their dad and the brown rooster. Even a couple baby silvers I had that were three months old had the green sheen to them already. Here is a picture of all of them, the chicken about to peck the brown roosters face is the one I think is female. The two next to her are the questionables. And one last final shot of their backsides. No saddle feathers that I can see?? See the brown roos nice and shiny feathers, he is a handsome lil devil. Could it be that silvers mature slower for some weird reason??? Update: All three of these silvers ended up being hens. That was pretty darn sweet! I was pretty certain they were boys, and in another thread I made when these hens were younger almost everyone that posted felt they were boys. Nope! These are all ladies, laying nice blue eggs.