Should we have named Pocahontas Big Chief instead???

erin0415

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Apr 22, 2008
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Pocahontas- the black and white Ancona in the left background- was chasing my buff today, and I suddenly noticed how big his/her comb and wattle are. We always assumed it was a girl. It is probably 5 months old. No crowing, but it was either trying to mate or just being mean. Any insights? I will post better pic tomorrow. Thanks
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erin0415

Songster
11 Years
Apr 22, 2008
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North Texas
Here are better pics. Looking at these he definitely looks like a roo. He was a little younger than the rest of our chickens and that comb and wattle just snuck in without us noticing.

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hinkjc

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I am guessing girl too, altho I know nothing about Anconas. I don't see any saddle feathers either.

Jody
 

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