My daughter's kindergarten teacher found two of these chicks under her car in the preschool parking lot. This is not a rural area, but in the dead center of Dallas in a neighborhood where the median income is over $120,000. The two chicks were docile and allowed her to pick them up and put them in a cardboard box in the classroom. As the only chicken owner amongst the parents, I was summoned to consult. I am stumped. These chicks are huge--easily three times the size of one of my three week old chicks. Pullet sized but the head is still juvenile. The wings are large with smooth white feathers and the tail looks almost like plumage getting ready to take off--not like any chicken tail I've ever seen. However, both chicks have feathered shanks down to their toes and their necks do not seem long enough to qualify them as peafowl. I've had bantams, full sized hens, a few passing roosters, silkies, frizzles, cochins,show girls,naked necks and a range of loveable mutt hens--so I've seen some odd variations, but I have never seen anything like these. Can any one tell me what they are?