Does this look like a chicken to you? Apparently, the woman who called me today wasn't sure, even with a detailed description of his parentage in the ad on the feed store bulletin board, even with the two pictures of this young cockerel I posted. I was sort of perplexed by the question. He's up on BSA here, but I finally caved and put up an ad at the feed store, though I wasn't sure I wanted someone who didn't have access to the educational aspect of BYC to get Ranger (yes, I know, I know, I have no choice if I can't keep him, but I'm getting attached and he's so sweet-hate to see him mistreated or killed by coons due to bad housing, etc). Guess I left out the fact that he was a chicken in the ad. Need to fix that next time, I suppose. The conversation: Lady on phone: You have the free bird? (she may have said "birds", not sure) Me: Yes, ma'am. Lady: Is it, like, a chicken? Me: um, yes, it's a young male chicken. Lady: Do you have the hens to go with him? (I said he was "odd man out", no mention of hens or any other birds in the ad) Me: No, ma'am, I have only the one bird up for adoption at this time. Lady: Oh, okay. I imagine this is what you Craigslist sellers go through all the time, huh?