This is "Gertrude," our SLW (single comb) although we have had our doubts about "her" for quite a while (slower to feather in than the other chicks and much more pink/red in the face than the others most of the time). The chicks are 9, almost 10 weeks old now and even my husband is starting to think "she's" a "he" (keeps calling her "Gerald")Is there any possibility that she's actually a pullet, or are we looking at a definite cockerel here? I somehow managed to cut off the tip of her tail in all of the body shots, but she does have a few tail feathers that seem to be curving, which I haven't noticed on any of the other pullets. Sometimes when I look at her, her comb and wattles don't seem to be any redder than the others, but most of the time she just seems too red in the face to be a pullet at this age (but what do I know? this is my first time with chickens). And none of the others have any real wattle development yet (a leghorn, two sussex, and three EE who I don't expect to have much in the way of wattle development even at maturity).