tina it looks like a female to me the beak and head on a male is much bigger i had the same problem when i had mine until i was given a male the difference is quite noticable. There is a link in one of the forums that show pictures of both male and female.
The cinnamon mutation "lightens" the normal colouring of the feathers. It is a sex linked mutation meaning that cock birds can also be "split" to cinnamon (appear normal colour but are masking the cinnamon mutation underneath) but hens can not be "split".
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