It's time to walk out of the river of denial and onto the shores of hard reality. I am afraid that my Wyandotte "she" may be a "he". She is 17 weeks and the photo is very current, taken today. Here's wee Tiny: Then this is my 19 week old BO, Dorothy. I thought she could be a hen but her wattles and comb are much more red than her sisters and they are the same age. Here's Dorothy. Hen or roo? And for comparison, Hazel, who I am reasonably certain is a hen: Last but not least are the Sussex. They look very similar. They are 18 weeks old. The first photo is Lupe: The following is Lucy: We had a feral rooster visit our property yesterday and crow. For the first time EVER I heard one of my flock attempt to crow. It seemed to be in response to our roo visitor. I haven't heard a word from my girls since then. Would a hen respond with a "crow". It was very amateurish, not at all confident like the unmistakable feral roo. Thanks ahead of time. I hope my photos don't come out gigantic. If they do I will repost with smaller pics.