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Growing up! *group pic post 18*

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by Lorije1, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. Lorije1

    Lorije1 Songster

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    The only photo I seem to get of "Marge" - the white EE. She is really tall and roostery to me... but has a little comb ? I think that is one of my RIRs behind her, but those crazy birds are always hiding so maybe not.
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    Sweet Buff Brahma "Pat" asking for more cold blueberries
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    Stinkeye from Frick
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    EEs cooling under the porch - blurry to the left is little Faye -she is so dainty, the white is Marge, and peeking at ya is Stink (has a very natural stink eye LOL)
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    BR Frick and Golden Comet Peaches outside the run gate
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    One of my BO, the youngest breed in my crew - outside the run (it is "L" shaped, so where the wire fence seems to stop at the privacy fence, it actually turns right for 8'). I had put 2 glass 1liter Coke bottles and that glass jug for "ambiance".... now it just looks junky LOL
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    Golden Comet Clementine on her "throne"
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    and the Brahma girls, Buff Pat and Dark Agnes
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    the other BOs and my 2 Jersey Giants were MIA - I think in the shade of the coop....
     
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  2. theoldchick

    theoldchick The Chicken Whisperer Premium Member

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    Looking good!
     
  3. chickenlover98

    chickenlover98 Songster

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    BEAUTIFUL!!! They are gorgeous!! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    [​IMG] great pictures, too!
     
  4. math ace

    math ace Crowing

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    Very pretty "GIRLS".

    My white EE turned out to be a roo. EE's roos don't have to have a large comb. If you get a better picture of
    "Marge" we can make sure it is not a "Mark"
     
  5. Lorije1

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    Thanks... My good camera is at the 12yr old baseball world series, so these are cell phone pics. I will definitely try to get better pics - especially of that rascally Marge! She is soo tall and leggy, but seems to way to shy and timid for a roo? please? [​IMG]
     
  6. Lorije1

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    still cellphone photos.... but Marge/ Mark from above
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    Marge next to a RIR her same age
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    and Yankee the Giant came out... Stink the EE to the left, very back a RIR, right behind Yankee is Clementine the GC
    ETA_ Yankee is younger than all of the others in the shot... my BOs and JGs are about 9-10wks
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    I'll come back and edit to add more marge shots... waiting on them to "arrive" via text message [​IMG]
     
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  7. love_a_duck

    love_a_duck Songster

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    great birds!

    frick can give the head on stink eye!
    fantastic!
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    beth
     
  8. Lorije1

    Lorije1 Songster

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    Headshot of Marge
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    yes, I know this is too blurry to be worth taking up space... but it makes me laugh - this is Stink pecking my cellphone everytime it makes the "click" of taking a photo
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    Dainty Faye
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  9. love_a_duck

    love_a_duck Songster

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    i appreciate Frick pecking the camera.
    "I gave you the stink eye and yet you still take pics!"


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  10. Pet Duck Boy

    Pet Duck Boy Songster

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    The most common color I've seen for an EE rooster is white/black, and yours seems to be one of those. [​IMG] Just look at that stocky body and legs, and that comb is coming out too!
     

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