Silkie gender from pictures

Bushastead

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From what i have read, it is probably too early to tell if my silkies are male or female. And really just need to comoare the ones you have for differences.
The issue i am having is all of mine are slighty different in age so they all look different. Some I see have a smooth slight bump between their eyes, the others have a slight raised wrinkle.
Are any of you able to tell from the pictures if they are male or female?
If you need better pictures, let me know!!
Thank you so much!!
 

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Matilda Belle

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Too young yet. But I kind of have a hunch the partridge is female based on the color pattern. If you start seeing red/orange in the feathers, then it's male. But that one looks female to me. Not sure about the others. Post pics in another 4-6 weeks.
 

Bushastead

Chirping
Aug 19, 2019
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Too young yet. But I kind of have a hunch the partridge is female based on the color pattern. If you start seeing red/orange in the feathers, then it's male. But that one looks female to me. Not sure about the others. Post pics in another 4-6 weeks.
Thanks for your thoughts!
Which one is the partridge?
 

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