Trying to figure out my flock genders

quailbird

Chirping
May 18, 2019
58
185
81
Northern Florida
Ok. Here’s
C2EB077D-6D62-44F7-9B16-C8989B474E7F.jpeg
0731632B-00B2-4A16-9791-23C076F40844.jpeg
C27946A7-27E7-416E-A879-EC5C709CAD9B.jpeg
C43342A6-B6A5-4D83-9B28-0D078CFE50B9.jpeg
C85F2743-131D-471E-84E8-5ED359C027AF.jpeg
AD40F8F6-A3E8-4C50-B811-B3B3EA0EBA54.jpeg
E7C3267F-76CE-4C64-BF78-910F44FE2E80.jpeg
F3A83122-0727-45D8-854D-4A111C54A4B6.jpeg
A6164181-3FF2-497E-A83A-1AB79FB67B6C.jpeg
D651242D-3682-45C6-8D77-B8D79C5A528D.jpeg
593B6817-4098-4473-9A60-8375E7ECD50B.jpeg
D2F7F848-08F2-414E-B561-70976760D3C3.jpeg
F270AAA4-4334-4BFB-8CCF-42595D0DE0FD.jpeg
a couple more.

1. Dark silver
(2 pics)

2. Blue face - female , I think.
(2 pics)

3.another dark silver
(3 pics)

4. Silver - I think female
(3 pics)

5. Cinnamon pied - male
(3 pics)
 

Quaicken108

Songster
Oct 27, 2019
485
986
172
NSW, Australia
I’m not sure about 1, perhaps a female. Number 2 looks like a female if you’re venting and there’s nothing coming out. Number 3 is the same as number 1. I think you’d be looking for blueish feathers and I can’t really see any. Number 4 is a bit suspicious because it doesn’t look like it has a bib but the colouring of the breast sort of looks salmon coloured which means male. Number 5 is 100% male. There’s no coming back from a quail with a bib and blue and red colouring. :) 😆
 

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom