This weekend, a friend of mine went and caught a couple of strays from someones yard. Apparently they just showed up last fall and had made there home in some trees ina backyard, with no dea where they came from. She told him she thought there was a poultry show sometime last fall and thought maybe that's where they came from. Both are roos, and are old enough to have 2-3 inch spurs. Both appear healthy, but might have a lite case of leg mites, but I didn't get a good look. There in a very crudely made temporary pen, and are moving around, so the pics aren't really clear. For reference, the single comb appears fully grown, but is just a bit smaller than a production red pullet at 8 months. My guess is he is a bantam, but I have no idea of the breed. His plumage is fire orange, with typical iridescent green tail feathers outlined in buff. His body shape is typical of most large breed fowl, other than his size. The other one look like more of a game breed, with typical elongated body, longer tail feathers, but with the same fire orange hackles and saddle feathers. The upper body feathers and wings are a beautiful, deep, red-orange to maroon color. He has (I think) a pea comb, and large tufts on his ears, of a medium buff color. The legs on both are normal for large breeds, as in they aren't the typical long legs of many game birds. I'd mention how the long tail is carried, but getting used to a very small pen might be a bit of a shock for a rooster that has been wild all winter. Any help identifying the breed of these two guys would be appreciated. Finding them a new home is a real possibility, but would like to find out their breed first. I may take one or both, but would like to get at least a couple of hens to match. Thank again.