This picture could look pretty ominous but it hit 99 degrees today! This posture during naptime helps them keep cool. Wow, they are getting big! Below is a comment Bob Walters left today:
The kids are between 13 and 15 days old. It may now be possible to see: white
body down, feather development on the wings (dark gray primary and secondary
sheath development), bare featherless areas between the feather tracts in the
spine and shoulder areas and the first to form feathers, the tail feathers.
Also, wild guess based on size: 2 females and 1 male, or 1 female and 2 males.
We'll have to continue to monitor relative size before we begin to feel certain
as to gender. - Bob