I've been selectively choosing some males to get some chicks to come out to a more desired colour and I got some grey/silver coloured ones hatch the other day which is completely new. I looked up for silver coloured chicks and haven't found a picture of one similar to the turnout like I've got. Any idea of what colour they will come out to be from personal experience? Will they stay that grey colour at all? About 50% turned out like this, the rest are a mix of the normal and yellow quail. The males are all a pale cream, with mixed hens from dark and light. Is this unusual? Because I think it's adorable. The name of what mutation the chick above is called would be appreciated too. The above photo is of one of the hens, all the males are of her colour but without any spots. They arn't texas whites either, just a cream colour.