Microbiologist need ID of organism part 2

by Joseph Murray
(Silver Spring, MD)

OK as promised here are some pictures of the bird in the first post...

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May 31, 2016
ID of organism NEW
by: Anonymous

its a sebright bantam hen.

Nov 03, 2015
Birds on Film
by: Anonymous

Thanks for the ID Brook! Is there any way to know what the other bird "involved" was...I guess this is not a chicken-hawk

:-)

Nov 03, 2015
microbiologist need id of organism part 2
by: Brook

Hello Microbiologist in need,

I'm fairly certain that you have a hybrid CHICKEN. They are bred for their traits as one would breed a dog, cat or horse. Sadly, they are still bred for fighting too.

Nov 02, 2015
Birds on Film
by: Joseph Murray

Correction, send on DVD disk if needed-

Nov 02, 2015
Birds on Film-
by: Joseph Murray

OK thanks... I saw the bird again on 11/2/15, same place at apartment complex. I took some videos with my cell phone camera, about 552 mb worth- they are in mp4 format and I can mail them on a CD disk if needed-

Nov 02, 2015
Sent your photo onward
by: Margaret Mariam

Hi, I sent your photo on to another bird person and will hopefully get a positive ID.

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