This afternoon I was around the barn and thought I had heard a rooster crow. Well this was strange sense I have no roosters. As I walked closer I could see one of my 2 year old buff seabrights sitting on the roost and CROWING. Not a real loud crow, but like a young rooster will do when he's starting out. She did it several times and it wasn't no egg song, it was a real crow when she leaned back and let it rip. Now I know that seabrights do not have the feathering type that other breeds have, but she is identical to the other seabright hens I have, no spurs or no indication of being anything other than a little old hen. Shes never exhibited any rooster behavior before this. I was just wondering if this is a once in a life time occurrence or has anyone else ever witnessed this strange event.