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3 hours ago, akandula said:

One of the best ways to find rubber chickens is to listen for their squeaky call.

Be -VERY- careful marking Rubber Chicken based solely on the call.  eBird will usually flag the ID since It extremely difficult to differentiate from Rubber Ducky.

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1 hour ago, Charlie Spencer said:

Be -VERY- careful marking Rubber Chicken based solely on the call.  eBird will usually flag the ID since It extremely difficult to differentiate from Rubber Ducky.

Very true. Be sure to keep habitat in mind when trying to make this determination! If it's slap-stick comedy, it's usually a Rubber Chicken. If it's a bathtub habitat it's almost always a Rubber Ducky.  

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11 hours ago, Bird Brain said:

Very true. Be sure to keep habitat in mind when trying to make this determination! If it's slap-stick comedy, it's usually a Rubber Chicken. If it's a bathtub habitat it's almost always a Rubber Ducky.  

And what if it's my dog making it squawk¬†ūü§Ē

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5 hours ago, SirVive said:

And what if it's my dog making it squawk¬†ūü§Ē

Please keep the dog away, and try to make it comfortable (the chicken that is). Then check local listings for a rehabber. One of the better ones is Michelin.

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