I decided to take some new pictures of my flock today. I hope I got everybody... They were all hiding under the deck. I missed one of my bantam mixes. Haven't seen her for a while, and I am a little worried. Everyone is doing fine. They all have their different "chickenalitys." This is Buster, a Quail Antwerp Belgian bantam crossed with a Silkie. Don't let his pretty feathers and proud stance deceive you. He is a stinker. He attacked one if my relatives, and tried to spur him in the leg. He is a cuite though, isn't he? I don't know why, but I just love him. This is his brother, Red (same breed). He is a little nicer. This is this also their brother. Mustard is a good boy. Never done anything bad. Here is Auntie (BR). She is my favorite chicken out of all of them. I've had her for 3 years. I just love her. Here is our little blind Chickadee (mother of the three brothers on top). She is a Quail Antwerp Belgian bantam. She is also my favorite (they all are ) We've had her the longest. We raised her and had her for 5 years. She is blind in one eye. This is a bantam mix. Another bantam mix. This is Penelope. She is very cute, but not very tame. And of course, here are my new Easter Eggers and Turken. They are VERY sweet. Here is our Silkie, Winston (a.k.a Winnie). He is our best rooster. Very sweet to his girls. This is our Cornish Bantam. She is as round as a ball! Some of you know Lemon. She is also a Silkie cross. I wouldn't be finished if I didn't show you my ducks. They are fun to watch and have around. Here are some Silkie cross chicks (six seeks old). It would take me a while to show you all six chicks, so here are a couple pictures. They really didn't get as big as I thought at six weeks. ...and here are most of them almost all in the picture. Thank you for looking! This took a long time to make.