A rooster decided to stay on my parent's property since 2.5 weeks ago. I don't really know who owns the rooster. When I first saw it, it is socializing with my free range chickens. My mom decided to drive it away, about 2 weeks ago, but he came back. I am feeding it for about 14 days, before I stop doing it, since I have to get rid of some of my roosters. About 2.5 months ago someone's hen also came to our property. It stayed in our property for about 1 month before I decide to put it near my neighbor's house. I feed it and give it water, and I think, that it found it's way back to her home, since I saw hen's that has the same feather patterns as her on my neighbor's property. I already sold and/or given for free 9 roosters, since my neighbor is complaining about them being noisy. I doubt my mom will buy no crow rooster collar or something similar as that for them, and I don't have money to buy those for them, so I decided to get rid of the roosters that I least like. Since the rooster that came in here is noisy and I don't own it, I decided to drive it away. MY BIG PROBLEM is that IT KNOWS HOW TO COME BACK, and IT IS NOT TAME. The hen that came in here was tame, so it is easy to put her near my neighbor's property. The rooster in here is also a SMART rooster. I have had more than 50 chickens and most doesn't know how to come back if they are on the other side of the fence(about 6-7 feet tall made entirely of cemented blocks) and for those that do know how, it would take them at least several hours to figure out, except one which figured it out in less than 2 minutes. I think the rooster figured it out in less than 1 minute. I also tried to use the chasing strategy, since I never fail catching a chicken when I use that strategy. The idea is that, if I chase them for sufficient amount of time continuosly, it will eventually hide somewhere since it is exhausted. So, it is easy to get it, when it squeeze itself on somewhere, where I can easily grab it. However, this rooster tried to use it's wings to fly to my neighbors property, or on the mango tree, if it begins to feel exhausted. I also tried to catch it, when it is roosting on the mango tree at night, by using something long, and on one end, it consist of a wood, where it should put it's feet, so that I can slowly pull it down. It works on all of my chickens, except on that rooster, since it tried to fly to higher branches or to other branch of mango tree, instead of putting it's feet on the wood. I am trying to permanently drive it away since 3 days ago, and me and my mom had already spend at least 2 hours trying to do it with no success. This rooster also crows loudly starting at 1 am and crow every 30 to 1 hour after that until 6:30 am. When it is 6:30 am and later than that, it will crow a lot. Also, unlike my rooster, this rooster starts to crow on 1 am even though no other rooster start crowing. My roosters only crow if they hear other roosters crowing. I don't want to kill it, but I think my neighbor will complain again if this will continue for at least few days from now. I don't even know if this chicken has parasites or other disease even though it looks healthy. Since it is not tame, and EXTREMELY DIFFICULT to catch without traps, I am not planning to keep this rooster, since I can't even deworm it and treat it. I think it also likes to stay in here since there are many hens. I already tried to not give it food and water since 3 days ago. It won't die, since there are a lot of bugs and plants and other places where it can get water. I strongly believe that someone intentionally put the rooster on or near our property. If it got away, it should know how to come back, since it knows how to come back when I drive it away towards the other side of the fence.