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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ozexpat, Dec 25, 2012.
funny seeing mrs P in a sweater. it was 100 degrees at our meetup today.
Oh my Goddess! What HUGE Orps!
it's still cool here some days & we are getting frost at night too
those are imported english orps which are much bigger than the normal american ones
the little splash cockerel is only 14 weeks old, he will be a big one too come next year.
they don't get full grown till they are 18 months old
this photo was stolen brazenly from Piglett's Photobucket
dont try and steal a mango cake in the Philippines!!
A lurker poping up from way back in the thread - Hi!! I saw this post and would like to know what you know about this bird. The little I read about it indicates it is not in the USA - yes or no? Any usa reletives? I ask because I have heard a bird that sounds like this is described. The last couple of years, occasionally, and only at night there is a bird that sounds like a big, wet, fart flies over. Since the sounds moves overhead, it has to be a bird, but as it is dark out, I have never seen it. Then I see this post and wonder about it.
correct don't play around at the mall
they will shoot 1st & may not even care to ask any questions later
the police & private guards are all over the place
this one has a 12ga shotgun loaded with oobuck
interesting but I think its mostly in spain ans southern europe. it has relatives in Australia and Africa but the non farting kind
as long as your bird is only farting you should be safe lol
Here are some pics of OZ's wine box Bator-making presentation at the chicken meet-up in San Diego yesterday...
Could be a common nighthawk. They're active at night and make a call that could be described as you said.
Check out this site to listen to the "peent" calls. These recordings are really a lot better than what I usually hear when they're in flight.
I love it when one lurker brings out another! Welcome. I know nothing of birds that fart in the US. LOL