This tidbit comes courtesy of the Associated Press:
GLENDALE — An elusive fowl has dodged cars, coyotes and animal control officers from the Pasadena Humane Society in Glendale for two months, authorities said.
Officials say the bird has been darting into traffic outside Glendale Community College since it was first reported Nov. 20. The chicken has drawn a growing crowd of photographers and journalists as animal control officers struggle to catch it.
A spokeswoman for the Pasadena Humane Society, which handles animal control in Glendale, said the bird either runs onto the street or flies into a tree when officers approach. Hillary Gatlin says a humane trap has not worked because the chicken doesn’t weigh enough to trigger it or she isn’t interested in the feed used as bait.
Gatlin says the standoff could continue awhile.