I have two EE's, genders please.

jupiterraine

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I have two beautiful and friendly Easter Eggers. I was convinced I had two hens, now my husband has me thinking otherwise.


The first three pictures are of the one we're thinking is a male.








and I'm pretty positive this one is a female.

 

junebuggena

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Do you have any pictures with naturally lighting of the one you think is male? The flash is really washing out the comb color, and I can't tell if the coloring is really as intense as the picture is showing it to be.
The last bird is definitely a pullet with that even pattern.
 

Ol Grey Mare

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Do you have any pictures with naturally lighting of the one you think is male? The flash is really washing out the comb color, and I can't tell if the coloring is really as intense as the picture is showing it to be.
The last bird is definitely a pullet with that even pattern.
X2 - the color saturation of the first photos makes it difficult to discern what is the bird's actual coloring, but it does appear to be a cockerel.
 

donrae

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The first bird is male, and the second looks female. I'm not sure the second is an EE, though. can we get a pic of her standing naturally, and a comb shot? Where did they come from, hatchery or breeder?
 

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