Casportpony's 2016 Peafowl - 12-11-2016 - Lots of Pictures

By casportpony · Dec 12, 2016 · Updated May 31, 2017 · ·
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    Here are some pictures of my 2016 pea babies enjoying fresh shavings. The colors in these pens are India Blue's, India Blue Pieds, Whites, one Cameo, and one Purple. Also pictured are my Micro Roo (OEGB/MGB cross), and a hen we call SLFF (short legged fat freak). SLFF hatched several of these then raised them, and eventually adopted all of them as "hers"
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    Baby, Micro and SLFF
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    Pied hen
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    My Purple Pied hen.
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    Roosting pictures
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    Second from right is the Cameo
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    Light colored on is the cameo
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    Micro roo
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    SLFF, baby, and Micro
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  1. Doobly
    I'd love to know the story behind that little roo!
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  2. penny1960
    beautiful birds
  3. jtn42248
    Have to wonder if the rooster thinks he is a Pea or if the Pea's think they are chickens. Great pictures.
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