The area has a large wild chicken population roaming its streets, gardens, gas stations, and restaurant patios.
The cluckers are so common, they have their own annual event, the Chicken Festival & Parade, happening this weekend (Sep. 19- 20).
Residents will honor the feathery birds by partaking in a crowing contest where the loudest manmade chicken noise wins a Chicken Dance contest, and chicken bingo.
Thats when numbers are written on a fenced-off area of concrete and a chicken is placed inside. Whoever guesses the number it poops on is the winner.
Festival organizer Margot Tankersley says the chickens will also be honored with a parade though theyll likely scamper away, not march in it and a BBQ, where their fellow fowls will be served.
She wouldnt be surprised if the birds hid during mealtime.
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