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Just three of the many chickens at Abbeywood Gardens, friendly little souls who all came over to say hello.
This little mother presented us with an unexpected chick. "Surprise!" she said.
I think the chickens actually welcome my visits now. Nothing suspicious about that weird critter with the black box practically attached to her nose. I'm still quite fond of these ladies.
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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
Found these chickens at the Tonka fence ranch. They truly were free range chicken. They kept following me across the road. I guess they thought I had food.
Happy Sliders Sunday
No this chicken is not dead, she just drops to the ground and takes little mini naps. Otherwise she is a perfectly normal egg laying hen. It's the strangest sight. She lives with other chickens on a nearby farm :-)
Hi everyone! I'm back...
A few more photos to follow later today. Thanks for the previous best wishes, etc.
I think she saw Billy our dog and decided to make a run for a it...
Erase un pollito bien plantado
que marcaba el paso en una esquina,
con su mejor traje endomingado
echábale el ojo a una gallina.
Y el pobre pollo enamorado
llora su pena desengañado,
por la gallina francolina
que puso un huevo en la cocina.
Quiso el hado ingrato que ésta fuese
una coquetuela sin piedad,
que del pobre pollo se riese
hasta que se supo la verdad.
Y el pobre pollo enamorado, etc.
Tired leads to lethargy which leads to nachos so I finally listened to my body and napped while it stormed. Crisis averted and energy returned, what a difference. Grateful she had the confidence to range so far hunting down wood ducks to photograph but it does make a mama nervous.
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.
This is our Blue Barneveld chicken
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