Hey, look at me, I've figured out how to post pictures again. Yea, Danni!
I also managed to get a few shots of my six-week-old Silver-Laced Wyandotte who crowed at me over the weekend. (See my earlier post for that whole story.)
Now, is he, or isn't he, a he?
Here's the little crower sitting on the window sill in the garage:
You can compare sizes in this next shot. In the middle, the accused rooster, who seems fuller and heavier to me. To the left, the sister Silver-Laced Wyandotte, to the right, a sweetie Barred Rock girl:
Note the profile differences between the two Wyandottes:
Observe the different stances. Po-Roo (for "potentially rooster") on the left has a much studier chest:
They both really liked standing on the garbage can, so this didn't help me determine a thing:
Here's a head shot of the Wyandottes. They're the same age, but note the greater comb and wattle development on Po-Roo to the left:
So what say you, the jury? Is the verdict still out?