Eagle, like his (?) namesake, is mostly dark feathered from the neck back, with a white head. Slightly bigger than Dove, he is really not aggressive. Guess he has a lot of his dad in him. He is fast, loves to run around, and seems to be the quickest to find almost any food, any where. (Well, he is a teenager, I guess). I have been waiting to see if he gets big, since Mom was a large breed hen, but so far, he's not that large.
Actually, neither is Dove. She has a little color, but it's more the buff of her Mom, with a white head. She, like her namesake, is shy, and tends to stay under protective tree limbs, or hang out with Eagle, but if there is the least bit of kerfuffle, she is GONE.
They are lovely looking right now, which is nice, because a lot of my poor hens, and the two roosters...
Oh, molting is finally over, and it couldn't have come any sooner! Sad and pathetic. But, I am sure next year, they will have to take the indignity of being really crappy looking for a while, too.
Oh, the Parrot and Budgie thing? In the mornings, when I go out to feed, I have to open the door to the hen house. There is a large metal screen on the window of the door. Most mornings, when the two of them realize I am going to open the door, they fly up, grab onto the screen, and cluck at me a few times, before jumping off and gliding over to the 'landing' area nearby. None of the others, including Mon Ami, have ever done this, and I am not entirely sure why they do. They seem to be good at it, however!