So here's the thing. Damien, my twelve week old cockerel, has recently started this habit of going after my fingers and biting them. And I don't mean "oh, what's that? Peck." I mean, he spots me from across the run, walks over to a place where he can reach my fingers and bites them. If I leave them still for him (because I've read that you shouldn't give aggressive chickens a response and they'll leave you alone,) he just pecks increasingly harder. So now I shove him away, "peck" back but he just meets my eyes and keeps coming back. If I pull my hands up, he stands there staring at them, trying to stretch himself so he can reach. It's the weirdest thing. He doesn't peck me anywhere else. Could he just be bored? My other chickens peck of course, and it hurts but it's more curiosity than anything. But Damien's starting to annoy me. He's always thought of himself as top-boss to the other chickens and was kind of mean to me, so I've been picking him up all the time. He's very mellow, just lets me hold him and pet him and scratch under his chin. Anyway, if you have any idea on what to do, let me know. I've read that you should ignore him but I've also read to give him a good "peck" or shove to assert dominance. We currently have three other cockerels we need to get rid of, we also need to get rid of him but we don't want to, haha. Here is the bird in question. See the massive, evil eyes? That's the look I get every time. He's also starting to know his name because I say it so often!