The title says it all, I screwed up. My geese had their best year ever this year and I didn't want to disturb the family dynamic. It was the first time there really was one. But I screwed up. Maybe I'm just dumb but I can't determine gender of American Buffs by sight until they start fighting/mounting each other (basically spring). And I'm so used to losing so many younglings (of any species and I've never tried vent sexing) I never sexed any of my goslings. Is there a way I can at this point? One is older - pretty much fully feathered with attitude but it's beak is still mustard and not orange. How can I determine sex on that one? Four others are more tufty/fuzzy and have at least 10 days to true adolescence. I just want to (weirdly) identify one gander to complete the possibility of pairs (I'm one male short and the nesting geese know it). But I feel like I've left it too late to determine sex. Can anyone tell me I didn't? Or how to? Thanks~!