- Apr 13, 2017
The Poultry Matching GameWelcome to The Poultry Matching Game! Come take a seat and get involved in the game.
Please follow forum rules and see below for the specifics of the game and how it works.
Each level starts the same: you post a picture in response to the last post, but you have control over what level of difficulty you wish to pursue. See below the requirements of each level.
* Special Notes: 1. Photos posted must be your own photo that you have taken yourself or have been given permission to use. 2. If two photos have been posted at the same time in response to the previous photo, then either may be used for the next post. 3. Please post breed info for reference and for those who may not know
For the easy level, you must match at least one characteristic in the photo to the previous poster’s picture. You may choose any of the following characteristics to match:
• Same breed i.e. matching a Buff Orpington to a Lavender Orpington
• Same comb type i.e. matching an EE with a pea comb to a Buckeye
• Same color i.e. matching a white Leghorn to a white Pekin
• Other attributes such as crest, toe/foot color, eye color, etc.
For the medium level, you must match the bird specifically either through breed or looks. For example, if the previous poster has a picture of a Speckled Sussex, you must post a picture of a Speckled Sussex OR a bird that has near identical appearance but is a different breed.
For the hard level, the picture must match the bird posted PLUS it has to have a similar background. For example, if the previous photo has a black and white Muscovy duck with a sunset/sunrise as the background, the picture you post must have a black and white Muscovy duck AND have a sunset/sunrise as the background.
The backgrounds do not have to match exactly, but feel free to try and recreate a background if you wish.
Have fun and happy matching!
I'll start the thread off with this picture of my Buff Orpington named (you'll never guess!) Buffy aka Golden Nugget