Hello again BYC Community! I'm raising 8 chicks; 3 Buff Orpingtons, 3 Barred Plymouth Rocks, and 2 Black Austrolorps. They are about a month old. One of my barred rocks is distinct from the other two, and I'm suspicious that its a roo despite having ordered all ladies. Mind you, it won't matter if it does turn out to be a roo - we live in a rural area without neighbors too close and he can protect the flock. I'm just curious if I need to stop calling it Emmylou and call him Elvis instead! Anyway, the barring is much more pronounced than the other two, the comb seems bigger than the other two, the wattles are already reddish, and this chick is leaner than the other two. His legs seem super thick compared to his sisters, too. Here are some photos, and any input would be much appreciated! A photo of the chick in question's wing feathers. chick in question in the forefront, showing more pronounced barring against the other chick's more polka-dotty markings. Thick baby legs. Chick in question in the very back right next to one of the other barred rocks. Wing plumage View of comb comb and wattle Reddish tint to wattle, pronounced comb, definitive barring on wing, thick legs, erect stance. Looking very dinosaury. The other two barred rocks, two BOs, and 1 Black Austrolorp.