Opinions Please-- All Boys?

TerriLaChicks

Crowing
11 Years
Apr 23, 2008
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Let me know if these photos are not clear enough & I'll try to get better ones. I'm thinking all boys? They are IB split to white.

Vishnu, 9 weeks old now:

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Wookie, 13 weeks old:

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White Spot, 13 weeks old (& do you think he will keep that white spot at the base of his crown)?

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zazouse

Crowing
10 Years
Sep 7, 2009
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Look like all girls and They are beautiful

Here is my male born in july of this year
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and here are my females born in july and aug of this year
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LMEggs

Show Me Feathers Poultry CO
11 Years
May 4, 2008
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LOL all look to be girls! Looks like you'll be shoping for a Boy!
 

TerriLaChicks

Crowing
11 Years
Apr 23, 2008
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O. my. GOODNESS!!!!!!!!

I was SO hoping I was wrong! because the one I did NOT get a picture of has a completely different feather pattern---and it looks identical to the one you posted Zazouse -- it is all narrow barred feather patterns completely over his entire body, not "blotchy" like the other 3 are.

WHOO-HOOO!!!! you all made my day!!!! Thank you so much!

edit to add: No shopping necessary LMEggs -- I'm sure the one remaining is a boy! He is slightly taller & bigger all over than these three & like I said, has the narrow bars all over. I'll try & get a pic of him to post, just to make sure.

O boy! I can look forward to 25% chance of a white peacock! Doing the happy dance here!
 
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TerriLaChicks

Crowing
11 Years
Apr 23, 2008
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Central Louisiana
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I was WRONG. We have all girls. Yesterday evening my husband & I caught & carefully examined our largest one that we thought was a male & compared it to the pic of your male ZaZaouse (I printed it out at work) & to the rest & that one also has the "blotchy" patterning - it just has a bigger train than the others so it looked like all narrow banding from a distance.

So -- if anybody has any extra males they want to sell, PM me please!

I am laughing at the irony of this; because every time I set chicken eggs to hatch, I get mostly roosters!
 

AndysPeafowlSanctuary

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I find the easiest way to tell if you have a peacock or peahen is by the flight feathers. Peacocks have a rusty red color and peahens have more of a chocolate brown color. Also if you compare them in height you can also tell by the height of the bird.
 

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