Saturday, February 27, 2016

LAST OF MY PHOTOS OF THE WILD CHICKENS IN KAUAI.

These are the last of the wild chicken photos from our vacation,  taken at Limahuli Gardens and Preserve on Kauai.  I absolutely loved seeing them running all over the place.  They all seemed to be well fed, and I am sure that as green as this island is, there were lots of good things to eat. 




















And away they go.  Bye-bye my little darlings, until next time, whenever that may be.


I'm sharing the above photos with the following.  Thank you to all our hosts who bring these fun memes to us, and you can click on their names to see other participants.

Misty's Camera Critters
Anni's Bird D'Pot
Michele's Nature Notes

41 comments:

  1. Nice and refreshing view of the chickens :) Well made post...

    Cheers,
    Firasz
    https://firaszphotography.wordpress.com

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  2. Oh yes, those chickens are just all over the place on Oahu too!

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  3. We used to keep chickens and I just love holding the fluffy tiny chicks in my hands. Great photos of the mama chicken and her little chicks. Have a beautiful weekend!

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  4. So cute - love the little chicks! x Karen

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  5. I was wondering about the eggs - but see that they are very successful parents. Which is lovely.

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  6. Sad to see the last of the wild chickens. I like to see the family walking together, chicks following Mama or Papa.

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  7. smiled all the way through the photos, in one she is high stepping and the little ones are following her. so cute.

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  8. Ha Ha...Henny Penny and Chicken Little in one. Love their proud strut.

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  9. Hello Denise!:) Lovely shots of a bird that one wouldn't normally see wandering about everywhere. The free range eggs should taste delicious, but perhaps it is forbidden to find and eat the eggs!
    Have a good weekend!:)

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  10. On Mauii it's cats that roam around. the cats tend to stay in the bush and ar very wary.

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  11. The little chickens certainly know to follow their Momma!

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  12. Beautiful animals and gorgeous photos !!
    Happy weekend :)

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  13. I've enjoyed seeing all these chickens - love your captions too!

    Have a good weekend

    All the best Jan

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  14. Hello Denise, the chicken and the chicks are so cute. Adorable photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  15. Cute hen and chicks , I wouldn't want to leave them their I would want to bring them home with me lol ! Thanks for sharing all your lovely photos of your wonderful trip I have enjoyed them all and seeing a place I may never get to see . Have good day !

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  16. thank you...thank you. this is so precious! I just love seeing animals and especially mama and babies. :)
    hugs,
    Marie

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  17. Cute little family! Hawaii is convenient with no foxes...
    ~

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  18. Glad you found the post for Seasons on Monday ( post of Seasons- Curious about March). That is right, you cannot see the link ( in red Click Here). until it is open on Monday. Enjoy Sunday and stay warm!

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  19. fun to see wild chickens! I never thought of them as being wild birds. I think chickens are very beautiful.

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  20. Then chicks are so cute! Enjoy your Sunday.

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  21. You would like the area where I live, Denise. There are a number of roadside places when small flocks of hens flourish. Tourists throw them scraps and they always look healthy.

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  22. Phil and I love chickens and once kept some of our own. There is nothing like an egg laid by one's own 'chooks'.
    These hens look very successful at both egg laying and producing chicks.

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  23. Oh I'm so enjoying this post!! They're beautiful actually. The colors, the cute chicks...mama hen. All of it. And your last photo...it's like "The End".

    Sweet.

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    1. I've returned to say "Thank you so very much for sharing this post on I'd Rather B Birdin' for the week. Much appreciated."

      Have a great day Denise

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  24. It's interesting that these birds have reverted to wild creatures when they are no longer pure junglefowl. I have seen the truly wild Red Junglefowl, ancestor of modern domestic fowl, in Bhutan and in Vietnam. It is quite a thrill to locate the original stock of what is such a familiar species, that is probably the most consumed protein in North America.

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  25. Chickens in nature, not locked up tight in cages, are a sight for sore eyes. They are such beautiful creatures and fascinating to watch when left to their own devices.

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  26. These are nice photos of those chickens.

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  27. I have sure enjoyed seeing them...I would have taken a zillion photos.

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  28. Red Jungle Fowl! Nice to see.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  29. Great shots. Wild chickens well that is something. Hug B

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  30. They are so darn cute. I wonder if people find their eggs. (They could use them on your yummy recipe above!

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  31. How sweet! I love seeing birds from different parts of the world!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  32. So cute! I love the baby chickens!

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  33. I love chickens and grew to love them more watching my neighbor's flock.. Then I stopped eating chicken.. LOL... Michelle

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  34. Love the chicks matching Mom's prancing.

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  35. They are just awesome, Denise! I know you miss seeing them. Such great pictures of the cute things!

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  36. Wild Jungle Fowl!!!! Very cool! These are actually countable birds. Not just your average chicken:)

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  37. Very pretty. She reminds me of one of my hens.

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