I have been having some fun observing my birds using a tid-bitting call to indicate a resource of interest is present. Until recently I thought only roosters and hens made call with reference to food. Since I have found juveniles do so with respect to food and water where calls differ with resource type. I can distinguish the calls for water and feed easily. Over last couple days at least one hen has demonstrated two discrete calls to her chicks. The most frequently produced call is used to indicate something edible such as feed. The second indicates a single small insect. A third indicates mother has found the motherload of tasty insects. The last gets all chicks to run the fastest.