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New Girls Arrive
The Isa Brown babies (3-month olds) arrived this past Saturday.
The big girls were happy to announce their displeasure in having lost access to half of the coop. For some unknown reason they prefer the nesting boxes in the area the little girls are in.
Goldie kept pecking the screened area of the door separating the two portions of the coop (this serves as an area for the two groups to see, hear, and smell each other). Joannie B. had done the same thing the day before. At this point the big girls seem to have resigned themselves to the loss of the second bedroom of their coop condo.
These were taken the first couple of days after arrival. I just happened to read an article today about the importance of sunshine for chickens. So I'm left with the dilemma of whether to shoo the girls out into the porch and cause them anxiety or rely on them venturing out on their own. What to do...
As for names, this is what I've selected: Violet -- in memory of my blog buddy Louise's little girl, Jewel -- thanks to a suggestion by friend Bev that goes along with my female singer theme, and Henrietta -- because it popped into my head and I like it.
When the little girls are grouped together I'm beginning to be able to tell the difference based on coloring, but when separated all bets are off. I'm working on it.
Oh Janet they are absolutely gorgeous and I am sure they will settle in really well in their very comfortable abode. Thank you for remembering my little Violet. It is one of my favourite names, although we always called her Vi for short and gosh did she know her name! Jewel is lovely and I really like Henrietta. Good name choices. So looking forward to seeing how they settle.ReplyDelete
Lovely gesture to call one of your new girls 'Violet'.ReplyDelete