I'm at a loss! We got 8 chicks from the local feed store in May, got there too late in the day for R.I. Reds and Orpingtons, so were happy to take some Wyandottes and Americaunas, which were all that was left in a big bin. They were all said to be females. The Wyandottes are a sweet surprise. Never had them before and am enjoying their personalities. A couple of the Americaunas died, and we have two left. - So here are a few photos I just took of one I am suspicious of. (Awful photos, I just realized after I uploaded them; hopefully they are clear enough to be able to give a guess.) Her behavior and look is ... different than the others. If she's female, she's extremely dominant. She makes sharp, quick gurgle-gobble sounds in her throat when she warns the others about something. And they run to do as she wishes. But she does not crow! 'She' is approx. 4 1/2 months old as are the rest we got at the same time. She even acted protective of the one who got sick and died (we gave her antibiotics in the water but she slowly deteriorated) - watched her take a noodle-treat to her one day and leave it, then stand there so the others wouldn't bother her. She is the one with all the colors in her feathers, who seems to stand a little taller. No real comb - and NO CROWING - Darn. These photos don't show how beautiful and somewhat iridescent her coloring is. They ran back in the barn when they saw the camera. I just don't know if / what she is.... Last photo: Left: The Mystery Gender "Americauna" Center: Gentle 'Americauna' Right: Wyandotte '