Sai Pan Jungle Fowl
Saipan Jungle Fowl were brought to the United States after World War II by B.W. Saylor who studied the bird throughout his life. Saipans are known for their large size and beauty. Although slow to mature, males can reach heights of three feet. Males are mostly black breasted and hens are wheaten in color, but these colors can vary. Hens lay medium creamy colored eggs. They are not prolific layers. Birds are intelligent and can be quite tame with their owners. Birds can be fed normal poultry rations. Whole grains are not recommended. Saipans tend to thrive when given fruits and they enjoy fish based dry cat food.