Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Bird D'Pot, Natures Notes, Wordless Wednesday and Not So Wordless Wednesday

These are juvenile guinea hens not turkeys, so never fear, they are safe this year.

Today I am linking to Bird D'Pot, Nature NotesWordless Wednesday and Not So Wordless Wednesday.  Please click on their names to go and see other neat photos from all over.  My thanks to their hosts.


23 comments:

  1. All rolled into one great shot.

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  2. Great shot. They are very original looking.

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  3. They are cute, I think they better run and hide somewhere. Thanksgiving is next week. Have a great evening, Denise!

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  4. Awesome photo ! Thanks for linking us up ! Have a good evening !

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  5. Someone's paying attention in there!

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  6. They are probably scared since Thanksgiving is next week... ha ha ...

    Great photo.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. Guinea Hens are very interesting birds.

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  8. Lucky, lucky guinea hens. And I bet they know it too.

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  9. I like your header shot and these birds, all huddled together look cute.

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  10. I like it it's very raw :-)

    Have a great week and thanks for stopping by.

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  11. Very cute. I think they're safe this week.

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  12. I like this photo....VERY much Denise.

    Thanks for linking up this week.

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  13. They are interesting little people, aren't they. And cute.

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  14. great image for all those meme's!!

    they do look a lil nervous!!

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  15. great picture. I also love the sunflowers
    Great colour
    Janice

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  16. Thank you friends. You may have noticed I have gone to comment moderation due to too much spam. Hope to get back to normal soon.

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  17. Guineas are such noisy critters! :-) They had them a lot in the yards in AL when I was a child.

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  18. Now I know what my sister bought for her farm in VA. But she said they do fall prey often. They are kind of cute aren't they Denise? Thank you for linking into Nature Notes. I am late getting around this week... Michelle

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