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Greetings and Salutations from Orange County, California!

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by GrinNFerret, Sep 23, 2013.

  1. GrinNFerret

    GrinNFerret Hatching

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    Hi all! Whom of you are in the general area? I think it would be nice to have a chicken network going. :]


    Currently in my first flock:
    French Copper Black Maran
    Ameracauna
    Olive egger
    Wellsummer
    and a Rhode Island Red!


    The last two are the youngest, one is still a chick with the wells being more of teenage. My other girls are around 5 monthish, me getting them at 2weeks on May 17th.

    Im considering looking for a Faverolles, for those pink eggs! Id love to have a rainbow basket someday!
     
  2. naturalwildlife

    naturalwildlife In the Brooder

    I'm in Fountain Valley.
     
  3. 562Jen

    562Jen In the Brooder

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    I live in the Orange County-adjacent city of Long Beach and looking for someone interested in splitting an order of interesting chicks! Send a private message to me if you're interested to starting or adding to your flock.
     
  4. naturalwildlife

    naturalwildlife In the Brooder

    I am in Fountain Valley and helping to organize a Meet-up group in Orange County if you are interested, with an event to occur around February. Look under Orange County Chicken Enthusiasts working through the Los Angeles Urban Chicken Enthusiasts Meet-up group.
     
  5. 2Myanimals

    2Myanimals In the Brooder

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    Hi I am in Modjeska Canyon, an unincorporated part of OC, near Irvine Lake and Orange Park Acres. I am interested in fertile duck eggs, and geese eggs,babies or adults. I am very interested in connecting with other OC members to perhaps swap eggs, ideas and sharing experiences.
     

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