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Rhode Island Red
Transcript of Rhode Island Red
Range & Habitat
Response to stimuli
Fun Facts !
Life Span and predators
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Gallus gallus domesticus
Rhode Island Reds and all chickens
in general flatten and duck when
they see a shadow of a larger bird
Although the Rhode Island Red
orginates from Adamsville, RI the bird can be found all over the U.S.
The habitat of Rhode Island Red's are large yard areas. There are also put in chicken coops on farms.
Most chickens eat the same thing, no matter the specific breed. They all eat the same diet of feed, seeds, worms, spiders, flies and more.
Rhode island reds travel in flocks. They can also fly, but not so high.
These birds communicate by their behavior and vocals.
The Rhode Island Red was the first chicken to be recognized by the APA to recieve honor.
Rhode Island's state bird has been the Rhode Island Red since the 1950's!
The Rhode Island Red Club of America raised money to fund for a monument dedicated to the Rhode Island Reds in Adamsville, RI.
The life span of an average Rhode Island Red is usually between 4 to 8 years. Although some chickens had been known to live up to 10 years.
The main predators of the bird are humans, coyotes, hawks and more.
Did you know the Rhode Island Red lays the best eggs? THey are mostly brown eggs that we eat!
On the continent of NOrth America....