I think it is an instinct in the Coq to have a loud voice in order to make sound in the early morning to wake up the flock and let the surrounding roosters know that this is his flock.
Chirp. Eg: the bird was chirping early in the morning.
Roosters crow in order to show other roosters that it is their territory. It is said that roosters crow in the morning but researchers have observed that they crow at all the times whether it is morning, afternoon or in the evening.
they can hear sound in ears
The correct spelling is "morning" (early in the day, before noon).The sound-alike word is mourning (grief, bereavement).
Chicken "impressions" normally center on the "cluck cluck" sound (onomatopoeia), but the sound is actually closer to "buck buck".
There are homophones (sound alike words):morning - early part of the day, or AMmourning - the process of grieving for a death, or other loss
its like a roaring sound he he he