My Sebright roo Smidge is definitely getting to the age where he is trying to boss the girls around. Among other behaviors, a few times I have noticed him stretch his wing towards the ground and flick it with his foot. I can't tell if he is challenging the hen that he's doing it to, or flirting with her / showing off for her. Most of the hens ignore him, some downright bully him back if he tries to push them around (hens are all LF). Sometimes when he does this they stretch their necks up at him and act like they are going to peck him, other times they just ignore him. Sometimes (depending on the hen, right now anyways!) he backs off, and sometimes he puffs back up at them and they do some chest bumping. So I'm not sure if they are just rebuffing an amorous advance, or answering a challenge I suppose it's not that important, I'm just curious LOVE to watch animal behavior and learn how they communicate with each other (and us!). Thanks!