We have a mixed flock consisting of 2 buff orpington's (had 3), 1 dark cornish bantam mix, 2 barred rocks??, 2 Americauna's, and one silly little guinea. Ok, here's the deal. We bought 2 buff orpington's when they were 6-7 weeks, 1 buff and the bantam when they were 2 weeks old or so. We got the rest a month later. The man assured us that the big ones were pullets. I really wanted them to be since we live smack dab in the middle of the city and I know that my neighbors would not want us to have roosters. Well Georgia turned out to be a George when he started crowing at 16 weeks so we gave him away. We thought we had taken care of everything for about a week and then we started hearing more crowing. We have been trying to catch the culprit/culprits for a week now. I finally saw one crow this morning, my little dark cornish bantam. I know there is another though because I heard more crowing from inside the coop. I really want to know for sure who are the roosters are so I can just be done. I do have to say though that it is a tad funny that we just keep finding more roosters in the bunch. Between them and the guinea honking i'm sure we're the neighborhood favorites. I just want some eggs! So, let me show a few of the pictures I got of them. They were not in the picture taking mood today so maybe i'll get the rest tomorrow. This is nosey-Rosey 14-15 weeks old, i'm thinking maybe my other rooster?? This is Pecan, same age as Rosey. Definately one of the roosters! This is big momma Henrietta, she is 19 weeks old. Looks just like the rooster we gave away but she clucks, doesn't crow...that I know of. This one is Penelope, one of our Americauna's. She is 11 weeks old or so. The barred rock on the right is the same age. Gilbert, the guinea, is on the left. If you could help shed some light by offering your opinions on who my roosters are I would be forever greatful.