April 23, 2010
They aren't, they are called red jungle fowl and the are wild. According to Wikipedia " The Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) is a tropical member of the Pheasant family, and is widely believed to be a direct ancestor of the domestic chicken."
Sure was interesting seeing them wandering in the jungle.
April 22, 2010
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April 16, 2010
She said it with a straight face.
I maybe partially colour blind but even I know this is red.
Anne didn't realize she had said yellow instead of blue. With her sense of humour I couldn't be sure if she was messing with me or if it was a slip of the tongue.
April 15, 2010
Easily identifiable with there white throats and yellow lores - the yellow eyebrows.
April 14, 2010
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April 12, 2010
Seen in the washroom of the bar at Southseas Hotel on Stewart Island New Zealand.
To answer the question before it is asked, No I don't take a camera to the washroom, I had to go back and get it.
April 09, 2010
Sounds like the start of a joke.
Pair of map turtles.
After unseasonably warm weather we had snow flurries this morning, thunderstorms last night. No such thing as climate change, right?
April 08, 2010
I never saw the appeal of eating rat, musk or otherwise, snails, turtle (endangered) or other "game".
And who was the first guy to decided that a lobster looked good enough to eat?
My grandfather was from Scotland. Over there porridge in a sheeps stomach ( haggis) is high cuisine. For desert you can have a deep fried Mars bar.
April 07, 2010
April 06, 2010
You can see the main field marks, the red on the back of the head, the dark bib and the moustache of the male bird. The yellow feathers are in the underside and can't be seen in this shot