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We lost Little Miss Red (2015-2017) this week. She was our first chicken, somewhat timid, and though we will not mourn her in the same way as family pets, the moment of her passing we seemed to sense her life spirit leaving, whatever the mysterious force that daily brought us small joys and wonderful, light brown eggs.
Just three of the many chickens at Abbeywood Gardens, friendly little souls who all came over to say hello.
Many friends of mine think that this is an arranged cock fight.
I would like to say that it is not.
While returning from some place, I stopped to buy papayas in the roadside marketplace and discovered these fellows start fighting by themselves. I got just a minute to take a few shots before they were hurriedly separated, Nobody wants to sell bloody and injured chicken, right ?
I think she saw Billy our dog and decided to make a run for a it...
This is the name of this chicken pen since the owner has actually build several places I.e Bank..post office etc. so of Georgetown SC
It's a chicken, not much more I can say about that!
Our rescue hens enjoying the sun for the first time in their lives
All my photographic images are copyright. All rights are reserved. Texture: Muffet I took this in a town called Chicken, Alaska a few years ago. I'm going through the ones I never got to back then. Spring has yet to come to upstate NY-so there's not a lot of "pretty" subjects outside.
Laforest Road ... Timmins Ontario My Grand Daughter Ema has this Chicken so tame , it follows Her all over the place ... :-)
Went to the Oxon Hill Children's Farm with my daughter. It's a cool place with many animals for children to interact with. My daughter had fun chasing the chickens. She had even more fun when I was chasing her to get her to stop chasing the chickens. There's no charge to enter the farm. So if you're in the area, be sure to check them out with your family.www.nps.gov/oxhi/index.htm
I never really saw chickens as nothing more than a tasty treat when fried or baked. Seeing them in person really made me appreciate how beautiful they are.
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Chickens have a way of looking at things that most people don't understand. Fortunately, we don't need to!!
These cute chickens live on a dairy farm on Jackson Ranch Rd, Arcata. They frequently get out of their enclosure and take a nice stroll along the narrow rural road, watching grass grow, nibbling on different bugs and grasses and enjoying their freedom for as long as it lasts. They never stray far because I think they decided that "free roaming" meant actually making a decision, like which direction to go!!