The pig slept and the donkey snorted at me.
The top chicken was giving me the stink eye. The bottom one was too busy picking at his feet.
The cormorant and bluebird are wild birds just stopping by for a visit. The finch was an escape bird that didn’t really want to leave. He just sat on the top of the cage.
Pretty fungi in the parking lot.
A house down the street from the horse farm had a small pond in the front yard and robins had taken over.
Some shots from Horsepower for Kids.
What is it about having chickens and roosters running around that make me want to go live on a farm? Maybe it’s a case of wanting what you don’t have (or didn’t grow up with).
Faces only a mother could love. The first turkey looks like she has a crocheted scarf over her head.
None of the animals were really paying attention to me which is fine.
I spent a recent morning at my favorite neighborhood petting zoo/horse farm. Not much has changed since I was there last spring. No early spring babies there yet. HorsePower for Kids, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization who provides a farm and petting zoo for people who would benefit from interaction with animals and horses. They are a wildlife/rehabilitation farm and most of the animals were rescued.