NOT !!!!! Yesterday, this fella.....Gen. T'so. Flat out attacked my 4 y/o grandson. Hayden was walking thru the back yard towards one of our coops to get to me and the next thing i know i hear him screamin right behind me. I turned to see Hayden on his back on the ground just as Gen. T'so was about to come down from a jump with spurs aimed right at Hayden's face. I caught Gen. T'so in the air with kick that sent him sailin about 15 foot. I connected with that bird so hard that in my mind i was thinkin that bird is gonna hit the ground dead. It was an adrenalin kick because i saw Hayden in danger. Not only did i not kill that bird but i didn't even injure it. DANG !!!! Hayden is a small feller for his age and GT is only 5 months old and luckily doesn't yet have any spurs to speak of. Not 15 min. before this GT also attacked Hayden's 10 y/o sister and scratched her leg beside her knee. I was able to get to her and kick him away that time also but only gave him a forcefull "shove" with the side of my foot. These kids did nothing to provoke this bird. And to think , jist last week i took my year old RIR roo and gave it to mangled because i didn't want it to get into a fight with GT and possibly hurt such a beautifull bird. Now i'm thinkin i made the wrong choice and should have kept Morgan,(the RIR roo). I love my birds very much but i assure you that if there is a next time he will be soup !!!!! Or maybe rottie fodder. I'm thinkin that maybe Araucanas are jist down right mean aggressive birds (?). I have watched mine kill each other and be very very mean to each other yet i never see any of this behaviour in my Orps or Wyandotts or Seebrights. I was soo angry with GT last night that if i could have gotten him in my grips i jist may have stuck him in my Opossum cage.I would have regretted it tho.