Cover with water. No matter. I find it funny that some people believe that Hurricane Iniki was responsible for all the chickens and that is simply not true.

The second, put forth by a team of scientists, claims the proliferation of poultry can be traced to the aftermath of 1992’s Hurricane Iniki, which devastated Kauai, destroying many chicken …

The chickens are the result of Hurricane Iniki that broke open lots of chicken coops on the island in 1992.

level 1 Chickens obviously were there, but not in the numbers they are now.

Hurricane Iniki on September 11, 1992 leveled Kauai, releasing many domestic birds into the wild. Feral chickens, like the one in this photo, are seen all over the island of Kauai since Hurricane Iniki struck in September of 1992. My son lives on Kauai, and gave me this recipe for feral chicken.

The same happened with hurricane Iniki in 1992 which destroyed homes across the island.

The other is that when Hurricane Iniki walloped the island in 1992, it destroyed a number of chicken farms.

Remove the chicken… Add a medium sized rock. Anyone that knows the Kauai chicken population can recognize the difference between a domestic, native, and cross-bred chicken. The Kauai chickens are from Hurricane Iniki that hit Kauai hard some years ago. Because there are zillions of ways to enjoy it that are chicken-free.

Go to Kauai. Most locals agree that wild chickens proliferated after Hurricane Iniki ripped across Kauai in 1992, destroying chicken coops and releasing domesticated hens, and well as roosters being bred for cockfighting. The were actually largely unaffected by the hurricane.

Kauai rebounding well but Iniki's scars remain / Still rebuilding 10 years after killer hurricane By Jeanne Cooper Published 4:00 am PDT, Sunday, August 25, 2002 Download 7 Hurricane Iniki Chickens Stock Photos for FREE or amazingly low rates! That night when the storm was over and it was a full moon, I lived in Kauai and was told that there were so many feral chickens on the island because of Iniki, the hurricane that hit Kauai really hard in 1992. It was when the two of these combined that the population of wild chickens really exploded.

Boil for three days.

I visited Kauai twice in 1970's.

Catch the chicken.

Hurricane Iwa 1982 & Hurricane Iniki 1992 released many of the fighting cocks that are now inbred with the wild chickens. Put it in a pot.

127,997,783 stock photos online. These feral chickens are seen all across the island today. I lived on Kauai before, during and after Hurricane Iniki and there were always many chickens everywhere. It’s an interesting story; according to local lore, when hurricane Iwa hit in 1982, domestic coops were destroyed releasing backyard chickens into the wild. Clean it. Certain colors, body shapes, and feathers make the moa (wild native jungle fowl) distinct. Photo Credit-Pinterest. All told, there were seven deaths attributed to Iniki and over 1,000 injured. Since I don’t remember them on the island in 1990, I’ m going with the hurricane theory. Don’t you just love chicken scholarship?) New users enjoy 60% OFF. I did not see or hear any wild chickens.

So many homes got destroyed that all the domestic chickens just became feral.