Just went on a photo-spree and thought I'd get some pictures of the girls and guys for you all! Enjoy! Meet the flock: The ducks hanging out in the run. Warhol, one of our origional birds. She's Polish mixed with something. We think her related half-sister is part Leghorn. Nepolean, our tiny d'Uccle roo. He's still our angry leader wanna-be. (wink) This is Woodstock, my little Buff Brahma banty hen. She's been broody on and off for the last few months. This is the little pain in the rear end who's been beating the living stuffing outta me since he's decided to become my personal devil. Looks kind of demonic, no? This is Dash. Fastest chook in the flock. But still very pretty, eh? This is Mary the Turken. I just call her The Turken, though. I think she's the only one with a brain that works nights AND weekends, if you know what I mean. My little pride and joy, Tosca. She's my Polish hen's and deceased Sultan roo's daughter. Dash's half-sister. Her giving me some 'tude about the new chicken saddles I had to invest in. (Thanks alot for that, Dash! You're the only reason she needed them!) It's tie-die, though, so I don't understand why she complains about it! (lol) Norma, our docile Columbian Wyndotte hen. Now Patty, the little Polish hen who I'll always be pround of! (And seem to mention in almost every thread.) Her crest feathers DO freeze, I just have to keep an eye out for her, since she can't use her own. Cae, our devil Silkie. Not much so say except that he's a monster. But he's my monster, and after our Sultan roo died, he became more friendly towards me. I'm no chicken therapist here, but was he jealous? He's much less angry now that I spend more time with the flock. Wierd. Group shot! As diverse as a flock can get! With differing sizes, colors, and even temperments! (NOTE: not everyone was present in the blurry photo. I've still missed a few birds! Some aren't even in previous pics. I'll get them another day.) I hope you enjoyed these!