Common Balinese chicken with its chicks. Could be the Ayam Cemani, however there are the white lines on the neck (similar to the Plymouth Rock Chicken) and red head - which did not appear (at least in wikipedia) to be on the Ayam Cemani pictures - Ayam Cemani was jet black feathers and head.
Red Junglefowl or Moa
Nu'uanu Pali Lookout, O'ahu. Hawaii. 16 Jun 2013.
Feral but not a truly wild version of the domestic chicken which is a more wary bird. Fairly common in parks and undeveloped parts of the island. Moa were brought to Hawaiian Islands by the first Polynesians and apparently the authentic wild version still occurs on Kaua'i.
I know this is not very "Naturalist"ic - but what genetic disorder happened to the feather of this kuku (Kisuaheli= chicken)?
I think these are leghorn hens. They were casually walking down the road eating everything they saw.
Se observo 1 individuo. La presencia de comercios en esta zona pudo afectar la biodiversidad presente.
In Zone 1, two roosters seen, heard crowing on lawn around Picchetti winery.
Red Junglefowl - female
Location: Makunda Christian Hospital, Karimganj District, Assam
Date: 11th March 2014
Equipment: Nikon D800 with Nikkor 300mm f2.8 + 2x TC
Based on conversations with a regular in the area, there are apparently two ferrel roosters living in the area to the east of the Kaiser Center
Una sorpresa. Hermoso plumaje. Lo pensaba originario de China. Magnìfico!
It is a very elusive species.