My two newest flock additions, Wilson and Hen, are blue-laced red wyandotte bantams. I was skeptical about getting a rooster at first but Wilson is the greatest rooster ever. Not only are they both so adorable but he is quiet and so caring. He is very closely bonded to Hen. At first I thought it was because they came from the same flock in their previous home and figured that once they both got settled Wilson would start flirting with the other girls. It's been a couple of weeks and he and Hen are still joined at the hip. He only mates with her, he sticks very close to her and she to him. He has become the leader of the flock, but he still prefers to roost only with Hen, shows her where the best bug hunting spots are and once or twice have seen them touching beaks almost as if he is feeding her? I know parrots do this but I had no idea chickens did? A few times I have seen her very gently peck at his face and wattle. She is not biting him, more like smooching him? Neither show signs of parasites and I have dusted with DM (the coops and the dust bathing spots have all been treated). Are they secretly lovebirds or something?