Hello all. This is our 4th season with chickens, and we've had a heck of a time with so called sexed birds.Anyway, first up, was sold to me as a female Welsummer. Her name is Hermoine and she is about a month old. She is WAY bigger than the rest the same age (Ameraucanas and a RIR) now and I worry that her chest has some black to it. Maybe Welsummers are supposed to be so big? I don't know. This one is very confusing, as the coloring seems female EXCEPT the chest feathers (no solid colors). This one is also sometimes aggressive with the rest. Next... funny story. My hubby and I were on a walk and a neighbor down the road said "we found a chick in our yard and you are the only one we knew who had chickens, so we put it back with the rest"... ha, nice... but not our chicken! It is slightly smaller than our month olds, maybe 2.5 weeks old? My first guess is maybe an EE but the legs are sort of grey. I see muffs, though, so who knows? Her coloring is different than our 10 other Ameraucanas, but I know that can happen. Any other type she might be? And is it indeed a she? I think the above chicken was picking at her, so her comb seems a bit more pink right now.