The Pet Talk Red Junglefowl

Does wild chickens sleep in trees?

Does wild chickens sleep in trees?

 The Pet Talk Wild Chicken Blog

The Red Junglefowl resembles domestic chickens physically, however the male has white facial lappets and a distinguishing white patch on the upper base of the tail, and a red comb on its head.

The Red Junglefowl is found from the western Himalayas to Southern China, and throughout Southeast Asia. Studies of feral chickens have found that they also tend to roost in trees. This is presumably as a defense against ground predators.

The video proved this:

The sound of the Red Junglefowl:

 


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