We got our first egg the morning of Christmas Eve. We got a second egg on the 26th, and a third on the 27th. They have all looked just like this: Light brown, medium-sized eggs that we're guessing have all come from the same chicken. We're ecstatic, but we can't figure out who the responsible bird is! Our wellie had been in the lead with her general development (comb/wattles/vent), but our BA quickly caught up and surpassed her two weeks ago. Within the last week, our BR is right there with the BA. Our EE is so hard to tell because she's only got the pea comb (it's the same general redness at the BA and BR, though). The wellie and dom seem like they're right about there, too. We're pretty sure that it's not the wellie and we're hoping it's not the EE ( for blue/green from her). It could be the dom, but we're pretty sure it's either the BA or BR. No matter how much we stalk the buggers, we haven't caught anyone laying (though we've caught every single one of them checking out the nest boxes at various times). No one has even made an attempt at an egg song and they're all behaving in their usual chicken ways. I don't think there is much difference between BR and BA eggs, or even EE or doms at this point, is there? Is there anyway to tell who did it other than to hone our ninja skills and catch the bugger in the act somehow?