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Took these photos of one of the Silver Sussex today who is having a nice rapid moult. You don't seem to get many photos of birds when they're moulting or of the feather sheaths so after the question the other day I thought I'd pop some on here.
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Last edited by dinosaw on Sun Aug 27, 2017 9:17 am, edited 1 time in total.
Doh!, posted in chicken health instead of general.
That looks like a very efficient moult though - feathers out, all pins through, job done !
I moved it for you, no probs!dinosaw wrote:Doh!, posted in chicken health instead of general.
Thank you, your a star, as always Marigold.Marigold wrote: moved it for you, no probs!
They look even more like dinosaurs when their new feathers are just emerging, don't they?
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Look like dinosaurs, Marigold?, they are our very own dinosaurs!!