>> Aug 13, 2011
This handsome rooster captured on a grass field, at the back of my brother’s home. He belongs to a woman who helps my SIL doing the household jobs and caring of children while they’re working.
If you’re wondering why rooster crows, I share here a short explanation about it (source: wikianswers.com). Biologists have an assumption that birds sing or crow to let other birds identify where they are so they can space themselves far enough apart so they don't overcrowd each other. They are protecting their territories, and roosters are very caring of their hens. They often battle to the death with other roosters.
So, the rooster is crowing at the beginning of the day to clear out competitor males by crowing really loud and scaring them away. They do this in the daytime because they sleep at night and would not engage in battle in the dark as they are diurnal, active in the daylight. There's also another statement: a rooster has an internal clock that helps him anticipate sunrise.