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My Ducks, Geese, and Pigeons!

  1. GoldenFlight
    My brother @NathanZee and I first decided to get some birds in the spring of 2015. We started by ordering 2 African Geese, 3 Mallards, 3 Buffs, 3 fawn and white runners, and 3 Khaki Campbell ducks. On June 17 we spent our whole day watching and falling in love with all those little fuzz balls. Since then we have added pigeons and bunnies to our little farm. Here are some pictures of them, enjoy.

    Ruben feeding his little baby.
    Everest, one of our first pigeons.
    Dory with her first batch of ducklings.
    Some of the ducks and Elizabeth flying off of the coop.
    Stacy and Caspian.
    Adaline who passed away this summer.
    Yellow Roller, no name yet.
    Roman and a kitten.
    James and Elizabeth.
    Some of the ducklings we hatched this year.
    More of the ducks.
    Thought i'd add some more pictures!

    Fin and Ella
    Snuggles when he was younger.
    Two of the baby pigeons.

    Here's a video of the ducks.

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  1. GoldenFlight
    Nope, we bought him from a hatchery in California.... I hope that works out for you! :) Birdz are the best!
  2. CondoCountryBoy
    Nice birds! Howard looks like the wild Mottled ducks we have in Florida. Did you hatch him or did he just fly in and join the party? I only have button quail now, but I hope someday I will be able to get a house with a big enough yard to have a decent sized garden and hatch a few birds. If any other birds want to fly in and become part of the flock, that would be fine too!
  3. Whittni
    Cute video!
  4. GoldenFlight
    Awwww... Thank you sooo much!!! That REALLY means a lot to me! :)
  5. biophiliac
    This is not the 1st time I've been here enjoying your photography. You are very talented and your care and passion for the birds shows. Looking forward to more!
  6. GoldenFlight
    I'm glad you liked it so much! :)
  7. GoldenFlight
    They actually aren't free range, we just always let them out of their pen when we are outside. Well, I love the pigeons because they are just so different from the other birds and are very fun to watch interact with each other. Reuben is a pigeon also and in the picture he is feeding his son.
  8. RezChamp
    Beautiful. Simply beautiful. All of it. Just beautiful. Actually almost brought tears to my eyes.
    Thank you and bless you
  9. ladyearth
    wow what a great video and wonderful music. what a long walk.!!
    You look to have lots of property for them to RUN... I luv seeing poultry free ranging instead of "cooped up" which is so cruel to me... they are adorable and look to have a happy life. But I dont understand why anyone wants pigeons... But to each his own. thanks for sharing and taking good care of those lucky creatures of God.
    what type of bird is Reuben ? and with "his" baby ? thank you for sharing
  10. GoldenFlight
    Thanks, a GoPro Hero4 Session.

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