Blue Hen Chicken, native to southeast Asia,
was made state bird of Delaware in 1935. It
has been a popular icon since it was used
in cock fights during the Revolutionary War
Blue Hen Chicken is a colorful bird. It has
a slate-gray body, a featherless red face,
a small reddish crest, and long legs. Blue
Hen Chickens have a hierarchical social system.
One male (cock) normally dominates all of
the other chickens.
Range: Domesticated. They live on farms throughout
the United States.