Sometimes, we turn off the TV and just talk!Kiko is my "rescue chick". She goes out into my backyard during the day, but none of the other chickens really interact with her, except for Gizmo (the other chick I rescued who turned out to be a rooster). Gizmo *tried* mating with Kiko once and that didn't go well- she screeched so loud that it scared him and he never tried that ever again Maybe he'll try again once he gets a little older? None of the feral roosters have access to her.
Kiko is similar to @featherhead007's chooks and likes to sleep indoors in the evenings She even enjoys watching movies with me!
Thanks, yes, I can manage the eye-level part, and the chicken does her posing part, but the rest frankly is the phone. I did look for a new phone that got good camera reviews and can manage poor light, but wasn’t top dollar. It’s a Pixel 4a. I am also happy with the smaller size and that it has a headphone jack. I’m at the stage of just letting the phone figure out the picture. The one with the foreground in focus and the rest fuzzy, I have only a vague idea why it did that, I might have accidentally set it to “portrait mode.”I just love your photos! I love that our view is at eye level with the hens and you capture the details of their feathers so wonderfully.
Great to kniw Minnie is doing well. Sorry about the shirt.Speaking of which, Minnie has put on 10 ounces in the last 3 weeks since I last weighed her. She was 3 pounds and 3 ounces and now is 3 pounds and 13 ounces, That is an increase of 25% of her body weight!!
She has really been chowing down.
She didn't love being removed from her solo roost to be weighed, and let me know by having copious diarrhea down my shirt
So I guess she isn't quite back to rights but I am feeling good that she can come off my daily worry list.
I think on Monday I will leave a message for the vet on her progress. She said to let her know, but I don't know if that is just social politeness or she really wanted to know!