I got a new lady pheasant to add to the breeding pair that I have. She's in quarantine. But I put her in sight of the other pheasants so she'd hopefully feel more comfortable. Zorro saw her and started that humming noise to her. Then, he dropped his "wattles" I didn't know he had them, and walked along the side of his pen toward her. He kind of looked like he was strutting. He held his tail up, and I'm nor sure if he dropped his wing or not like a roo does. All the while, making that humming sound. Was Zorro saying, "Yo, Baby! Do you work out? Why don't you come over here? I know where some good stuff is! (Wolf Whistle) What nice red legs you have! Woo!" OR, Was Zorro saying, "Who the dickens are you? Where did you come from? Why are you here? I don't like you." The hen with him, Lady O., just went over and kind of peered at the new lady and went about her business.