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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by key west chick, Nov 15, 2010.
Snowball was lucky. Mulan, not so much. Silly chicken, hope she stays warm tonight.
My chickens walk around in the rain, too. They complain to me as if I am supposed to turn off the waterworks but they don't run for cover.
Hey there! This is off on a tangent but, is the ear color really blue, or is it dyed to be that way? I saw a roo with bright purple earlobes at the fair this summer, and have been wondering ever since. Beautiful birds, BTW!
Beautiful birds! Even when soaked!
Silly little chickies.
Quote:Yes, silkie's ears are really sky blue! Or purplelish.
Yup, they're really that blue!
Our three silkie youngsters were out in the rain today, they looked awful, but I guess they were ok! They were scratching around and enjoying themselves...
Here in Southern California we don't get a lot of rain but I love it when we do! My sillkies get dreadlocks after eating yogurt & watermelon all summer. When it rains they get their "hair washed" and look so much better!
I think the silkies look hilarious when they get wet. My son says that they have "liberty spikes"! Thanks for sharing.