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Esther and Winnie Fluff to Feathers
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Golden Laced Wyandotte and Easter Egg Chicken as they grow from chick to Hen
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#11 06/24/2007 4:48 pm
barg

2 Weeks
http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/esthertruck.jpg

Seems like i'm noticing a small shift in color in esther, over the last week, to slightly more orange.
Not sure what ya call those feathers at the top of the wings but they seem to have some light speckles at the end of them, looks kinda cool; I hope they stay speckled.

I noticed that I never really added any 2 week pics besides the one above so, here are a few more
.http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/2week1s.jpghttp://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/2week2s.jpghttp://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/2week3s.jpg

Last edited by barg (07/22/2007 9:19 pm)

#12 06/25/2007 12:14 am
barg
Btw, thanks for all the compliments on the photos.
I used to use a 35 mm SLR and I'm still getting used to this digital, its not a high end camera so it has given me a few challenges But I think I’m finally getting somewhere with it.

Thanks again
I have made several posts on this forum that I hope will help people.
The posts were designed to give information that I myself was looking for but never found in one place.
Hopefully someone will find these pics and info usefull as well as interesting.

The post on EE's may be useful if your looking for EE pics and infohttp://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/v … hp?id=8997 I wanted to see a comparison of chicks and adults.

The post started by Critter Crazy is very helpful as well http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/v … 63&p=1

Last edited by barg (06/30/2007 6:33 pm)

06/30/2007 6:32 pm
barg
Hanging out with me in the kitchen
3 Weeks Old tomarrow
http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/winesth3w.jpg

If your a wyandotte expert.....
I have posted a thread asking about winnie the Wyandottes white feathers

07/01/2007 10:01 pm
alex
hey those chicks r cute. . .im getting sum of ma own i a week or two. . .
#15 07/01/2007 10:45 pm
okiechick57
alex wrote:
hey those chicks r cute. . .im getting sum of ma own i a week or two. . .

hey.where you from?
love the accent by the way ...............

07/01/2007 11:16 pm
Cheri
Cute pics.
#17 07/04/2007 1:16 am
barg
A little over 3 weeks now.
Both of their tails are pretty prominant now, Esther keeps getting "More Bigger" then Winnie.
http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/ew5.jpg

Esthers colors arnt truley captured in this photo, There is alot going on there,

http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/tails.jpg
Browns, reds, oranges, blacks, a bit of speckleing too.
I'm begining to wonder..

Esther demands to get on me when I take them out now
http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/esther3.jpg


07/04/2007 2:07 am
ozark hen
So cute and growing so fast!
#19 07/04/2007 5:14 am
thndrdancr
Keep updating us, Barg, I love hearing about their progress! They are cute.
07/07/2007 8:41 pm
barg
Almost 4 weeks, but not quite.
http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/combs4wk.jpg


The last of the chick fluff now resides on their heads but is quickly being invaded by their new feathers.
http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/lookup600.jpg

Well, what is it?

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