Sexing these is harder than I thought based on what I'd read. While the first two are unambiguously female, the third one to hatch is hard to tell. I think #3 is a male, which is what I was hoping for. The beak and legs are lighter than the other two by quite a bit, but still grayish to an extent. I thought that there would be a big difference between the sexes, based on photos online, but maybe the difference in beak and leg coloration develops after a few days. At this point, the down isn't dry (2 hours post hatch) completely, so that isn't helping. So, here is the one in question: Here is the one that hatched at around midnight last night. I know this one is female: On #3, the suspected male, the beak and legs are uniform color, the same color that the TIP of the females' beaks are. So, what are your opinions?