We raised 2 black Austrolorps since April 1st, bought from Cal-Ranch here in Utah---they are really like the exact same age-ish and size (maybe within a day???), so they are now almost 15 weeks old. They are my FAVORITES and are so gentle and even come jump up on my lap when I'm sitting down! Amazing! The other (smaller leghorn) chickens even "boss" them around! Anywho, we were on vacation last week and had neighbors taking care of them all, and when I came back it kind of hit me that ONE of the austrolorps's tail feathers look DIFFERENT than the others---like a rooster! I am SO sad, because like many other chicken owners in the suburbs, we can't have a rooster (and don't want one anyway). Please, is there anyone that sees the same thing I do in my pics? The one has feathers that go "up" more and even when it is standing/walking, it has more of a "U" shaped curve to the top of it's body/tail feathers than the other that is much for "flat". These are not the best pics I'm sure. So I"m a bit confused because otherwise their head things look the same (yeah, I forget what those are called) and maybe one is just having longer tail feathers?? (I can only hope) We wanted to see how these lay, because if they are great we're getting rid of some Rhode Island Reds and getting more austrolorps next year! Thanks for any help! Ummmm.......I can't see how to upload my pictures???? Help?