He walked down the road near our home, and he was up there for about a week. Then, he came down our driveway and stood on our chicken yard for a few days while I tried to see who might own him. No one recognized the description in our area. I did not put him inside because the huge Plymouth Rock rooster in there was almost 3 times his size, and, though adorable, that inside boy would kill the new bird! So, we put together a dog fence I got at a garage sale and put him in with plywood and a tarp on top. He stayed there at night on a roost. During the days he stood outside the chicken yard wanting to be with other chickens! He even tried to lure a hen or two over for a romantic encounter. The new guy was not doing well: dull eyes, head hanging down, and not much interest in life. I gave him a message , which helped IMMENSELY! We fed him bread and local organic grains specially mixed to be a complete meal for chickens (expensive!) and lots of fresh vegetables. Finally, I traded a little cabinet with someone for three hens, and the rooster and they live in the dog run together. The pretty small rooster is VERY happy and arrogant like a rooster should be! He is about the size of our hens-- We have 4 Rhode Island inside the first coop. Inside the dog run we have: One Buff Orfington, one Plymouth Rock and one Aracauna hen. The new rooster has only a tiny bit of a cone and his head looks like that of a hawk. He is white with golden brown on the wings and black and white at the tail, which is quite a fluffy one. His feathers are not particularly fluffy. His body is much like that of the hens, except he has a tail that is a lot longer and more curly. He can fluff up his feathers around his head so it is almost entirely hidden. I would put on a photo, but I do not know how to do it. This is my first posting here!