Hi I live in the USVI and found 4 baby chicks curled around their dead mother on the trail leading to my house. It's looks like she got caught up in something and crushed her wind pipe, and then suffocated. I think their about 3 weeks. And judging by the cute little tails they have, 3 female and 1 male. I don't have the heart to vent sex them cuz they were wild. We have chickens every where here cuz there aren't any natural predators, besides the roosters who will kill an unprotected baby male. Im trying to figure out what things I should do to help them prepare to go back into the wild once they're older. Also can anyone determine how old they are & what breed they are by that picture? (and if y'all can see those baby tails does that mean I'm right and they're female). I was just guessing age based off pictures I found online. Also why are 2 more yellow, and the other 2 darker? Also any suggestions on what to feed them? The guy at the store said that regular chicken feed, that i put in warm water to break it down for them is a good start, along with bread and ive tried cooked carrots(they dont seem to like em, but i read they may like em better once the carrots start to go bad) but what else can i feed the little peepers??? And any other suggestions y'all have would be a great help! They're pretty comfortable around me for the most part, especially In the mornings and night. I have them in a big planter box with just regular dirt from the yard(they like to scratch, peck and eat random bugs they find) with leaves for litter. They sleep in a regular box with a rug on top(they can get outta their bed box. its next to my bed, and I wrap them In old shirts cuz surprisingly it does get cold here at night(below 75 degrees) and they were used to sleeping curled round their mama. Even i wake up cold in the mornings and im under blankets! I haven't named em either, lol, any suggestions? Pretty much just looking for any advice y'all may have on upkeep and raising them!!!! Thanks!!