Here's our flock of 9-10 week olds (depending on how old they were when we got them from the feed store) hunkered down, roosting for the night. We have a SLW. We aren't sure if it's a male or a female, but we're thinking female because of her tail feathers. We have many reds, either production or RIR. We aren't sure. One of those, we are almost certain is a roo. Very friendly birds! We have 2 large chicks that we believe to be dark cornishes. One of those may be a rooster, but we aren't sure. They are thick-legged and tall. Also very friendly! Named Mary & Ostrich. This is Mary. We have 2 beautiful BO pullets that are so soft & fluffy and very friendly. Outgoing, even! They jump up into our laps for treats and sometimes just to roost for a bit. They are Sandy & Blondie. This is one of them, perched next to a red. We have one dark chick that I can't identify. We believe its a roo. But I'm clueless as to the breed. He's a big ninny, though. Scared of everything. And a real whiner, and has been since he was small. He does come for treats, but when you hold him he peeps the entire time and never relaxes. We call him Fredo (or as I like to joke, A-Fraido). LOL We love to go outside just before it starts to get dark and watch them all jockey for position on the roosting bar. It can be quite entertaining. If anyone would have told me 10 weeks ago how much I would love my chickens, I would have thought they were crazy! I am enjoying them immensely! Going outside to the coop and bringing a bag of treats is the highlight of my day! They are so much fun! If anyone can identify or give any guesses as to gender of the birds in the pictures, I'm all ears!