Now they are looking like gawky adolescents -
This is the blue-lace Wyandotte on the far left of the above picture (with a suspiciously large comb for a supposedly sexed pullet.... hmmm.....)
Here's the auracana from the center (the flat heads always feel a bit reminiscent of buzzards. Or dinosaurs. Or something not so chickenish...)
And this is also (supposedly) a blue-lace Wyandotte - although at the moment, I'm hard pressed to believe it. They are still being fostered with some other chicks at my POBL friend's coop - where they have all the needed amenities until they are large enough to move to my backyard (where the coop and run are a still a work-in-progress).
By sometime next month, they will be large enough to live with me, and well on their way to their mature, adult plumage...
If you want to see a gorgeous, ridiculous, mind-blowing, photographic expose on the wonders of this decorative fowl, check out "Extraordinary Chickens", by Stephen Green-Armytage.