A funny story...
I got my chickens (a few of wich have passed, RIP) at the age 6. Then I realized after I purchased them that two of each of them where very simmilar. So the two that where the same breed each got the same name (clever for a 6 year old, hu?). So take notice of that as you look at my flock
Raccon: These are two of my three oldest hens. The two are a brown, tan and black molted chicken. These hatchling sisters are certainly my flock leaders. When I brought my first six home they where the strongest, always running around & egging on the others.
Star: A barred chicken, one of which has passed. She is still very strong even at the age 5. And I personally love her frame. She is a thin athletic shape with long healthy tail feathers and long bare legs. She is a black chicken with white speckles. She got her name because of the speckles, which look like stars.
Sunny: Both of these hens have passed but I feel a special connection with them. One of the two was the first chicken I ever held. When they where mature they where a creamy white and had bare legs. I belive when I looked them up the two where leghorns...
Honey: My first two Rhode Island Reds. As they where chicks they looked like honey, but now they look like ketchup... haha. I will be honest we are not sure if they are both hens, dun,dun,dun...
Onyx: Another barred like Star (see above). Her "sister", was actually a male, so.., I'll keep it as he did not stay with my family that long. She is more plump & short than Star also her speckles are bigger.
Koda: Named after a horse in a "Horse Diaries" book I had read. According to the book the name meant friend in an indian language. This is a case where we had gotten four rhode island reds one spring, unlike when we normally get two of the same breed.
Checkers: A white chicken with black splotches on her neck. Her sister passed the night we picked up the group we got that spring. She is quite aggresive, but listens to her elders (Raccon & Star).
Heneryetta Quackers (aka Heneryetta) & Blondie (aka Fluffy): As you might guess Heneryetta was a duck. But this girl was brought up with chickens. One day we filled up a kiddie pool & put her in, she was terrified. I'll admit my sister, mom, and I laughed. When she was around she was definately the leader of the flock. Now Blondie (nick-named Fluffy by my friend) was a stout, little, plump rhode island red looking hen. At one point our chickens where pecking the eggs & dammaging them. She was smart and would sit on them untill we got them from the coop. Both of these guys we got off of my Grandparents farm.