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The keets are here!!!! These little feathered cuties are crazy adorable. I mean, how do you not love a little baby anything? As with everything else on the ranch, there’s a reason we have them and it’s not all pretty. 924 more words


Vulturine Guineafowl

A dapper gamebird endemic to Africa, the vulturine guineafowl can be found primarily in the continent’s northeast.

They are in the Galliformes Order, a family of heavy-bodied ground-feeding birds, which include turkey, chicken, grouse, and quail.  245 more words


#365 Day 97 - Feather

Guinea-fowl Feather – watercolour of the day #97 – 08 May 2016

Watercolour on 300gm Bockingford – 130 x 100mm

I picked up this feather at our gate this morning and decided to paint it for today’s watercolour. 187 more words


Uninvited guest

“Steady on! This is a well known MUSCOVY perch buster! Are you a Muscovy? No, didn’t think so, no self respecting Muscovy would sport a hat like yours!” 16 more words


Crested Guineafowl

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Today we have something colorful and fowl based on your votes. In this case, it translates to a type of guinea hen as this is the bird that we plan to serve on Christmas for the first time. 398 more words


Vulturine Guineafowl (Acryllium vulturinum)

Quite possibly the strangest looking bird that I’ve so far encountered may be the Vulturine Guineafowl (Acryllium vulturinum) which, to my mind, looks like a slightly bemused alien life-form! 10 more words


Lord's Avian Wonders - A Christmas Turkey?

“The works of the LORD are great, Studied by all who have pleasure in them.” (Psalms 111:2 NKJV)

While updating our passes at Lowry Park Zoo last week, I found this startled “Turkey” insisting that he was not a “Turkey”

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