i have to differ from you. Cinnamon is a sex linked mutation. None of the parents are cinnamons - mom is a skyblue; dad is a cobalt. Hens can't be split for cinnamon- so if the babies are cinnamon it comes from the dad. therefor the babies must be hens.Because they are cinnamon does not make them female. It is just a coloring. In the picture of the two birds side by side, the bird on the right is a male. The bird on the left seems to be a female, but i can't be sure do to the quality of the photo. One thing is for sure, they are both very pretty! (And cinnamon)
Is the first picture the dad? He is opaline sky blue, not sky blue normal split to opaline.I just want to make sure if thses 2 babies are cinnamons. If they are it means that they are females? Mom is a skyblue and dad is a cobalt. He must be split opaline (1 baby is opaline) and split cinnamon (if these 2 are cinnamons).
Thanks. Thats what I thought as well, but I have to make sure.The chick on the left in the second picture (& in the last picture) is opaline cinnamon. The chick on the right is only cinnamon. They will both be hens.
The picture of the parents is not very clear but I think your hen is opaline. If she is the chick that is only opaline could be either sex