Not sure which forum to ask - since they aren't really babies anymore but they are not adults - if I use the age that the lady said they were when I bought them - they would be almost ten weeks old - if I go by what I think they were using the photos of other chicks that age I think they are eight weeks old. I originally thought one of the Barred Rocks was a male, but am now convinced it is a female - now watching their development and seeing differences emerge I have two Rhode Island Reds that I am concerned are males. I tried to take the best pictures I could - the two with the bright red combs that are much larger than the others are the two that I am questioning - the other two Rhode Island Reds are not nearly as developed and the small beginnings of their combs are a much lighter hue. I tried to get a fair shot of at least one of them from the side showing their feathers and combs and some not so good shots - I think I also have one that shows the head of what I think is a female. Any help appreciated. I cannot have roosters in the city limits. I can take them back where I purchased them - but it's quite a ways - I will be going in that direction this weekend - so it would be easier to take them back now versus later. Okay the first picture - a bit far - but I had the two that I think may be roosters in that frame at the far back - I included that one because the tail feathers on the one to the left seems to be taking on a bit of a different look. The second picture I tried to get a photo of the legs and the brighter red, more developed comb. The third picture is a RIR that I got at the same time, same batch, same age and the comb is not so nearly developed and is a very muted shade - I put that one in for comparison and the last one is the best shot of the side I could get of one of the two RIR's that I am questioning. Any thoughts or opinions?