Anyone who tries to fly out gets a very short wing clip, and the next try they fly like a rock haha.We have an Italian roo who is stunning, but an a-hole (he got loose this morning and we had to chase him around the block, my other roo and birds generally hang out and wait to be picked up.) This hatch was in part to preserve his pretty genetics...lol. Looks like we might have a couple tuxedos from our tuxedo hen, too...gonna be quite the mix!
The temperament of the bird is not related to coloring from anything I’ve ever seen or heard. The temperament will probably be most affected by how much you hold them and interact with them at a young age. As far as mating and hormones, to get better temperaments most people will cull aggressive birds and breed more docile birds.so it’s just the feathercoloring same temperament?
The light chick will look like the chick below to the far left, as well as the one on the right standing next to and looking at the cinder block.
His are all wild pattern, I believe yours is range, can you show a pic of his head and back from above?
I think this will be a particularly attractive bird IMO, but I breed for reds and tux’s so I’m biased.