Now that’s what I call a chicken!
Chickens who don’t realise they’re standing on high voltage cables.
They really are like little wind-up toys!
The first chicken of 2020…
2019’s last chicken!!!
Who else has yellow-orange hair and a big nose?
Queue might just be the newest collective noun…
Twice a day the sea rolls in and covers these rocks which, it turns out, are high-rise blocks for marine wildlife. Also, something of a smorgasbord for the local sea birds when the tide rolls out…
One of the many sea chickens we see around here….
These somewhat dim chickens are clearly lining up for a group portrait but why did they choose a rock so far away?
The chickens here in Scotland seem to be well-adapted to living in the shallows where they dig up worms and other tasty morsels. Some of the Scottish chickens even fly!
The red and yellow beaked mini-chicken and its mother in the background seen near our boat today.
A chicken hiding out on (in?) one of the lock gates nearby.
Another in the Chicken series….(please look elsewhere on this blog for examples of other chickens)…
Don’t mess with this chicken!
A big chicken seen lurking in the reeds today…
Another one of those big chickens…
The Other Big Chicken
We saw this Big Chicken today striking the strangest of poses. Drying off her wings perhaps (we assume it was a she)?
The Big Chicken – Strange Pose
This bird is either sleeping or it has one gin and tonic too many!
I’ve never seen a bird with a moustache before!
The Bird With A Moustache
Please click on the link below, close your eyes and join me at the Artis Zoo in Amsterdam. Listen to the delightful weaver birds making quite a lot of noise in their enclosure as they build (weave) their nests. Also hear passers by talking about these highly active birds
See all other soundscapes here.
Now what was it? Left over right and right over left???
Some times your rear end just won’t fit!
An uninvited guest in the Netherlands!
The Invasive Species
Just plain weird!
You just can’t beat 40 winks in the afternoon.
A third class ride is better than a first class walk (or swim).
I saw this big chicken whilst out walking with the dog today…