Originally Posted by SnowShoez
It's that important that the roo gets the best chance and the less discomfort.
(That's really about all I have to say about that.)
Oh... hey... about the crowing all day... I think, maybe, if it's after whatever might be considered a decent hour, it shouldn't be too much of a problem. Depending on the native birds in the area, they'll sound much louder to the neighbors, the crowing will blend. That might be only my opinion though, lol.
I happened, by chance, to be outside around 7:30 one morning several days ago and heard, very faintly, a Roo in the wind. I've been going out every morning to listen, I know he must be near, but the Mockingbirds and Bluejays are far too loud for the sound to be clear.