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Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby tygrysek75 » Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:12 pm

Hi,after long brake from my part.Been very busy with all work going on our house and lack of internet availability.
I had hatched this year Reve's Pheasant .Nice bunch but aggressive for chickens chick which I had to separate on third day.There is so much to tell you but I think will do that with pictures.I had almost completed aviary for them using old wood from our roof and leftover tiles.I think coming up nicely.
Here are the birds and their future locum :D
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Chicks
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Enjoying sunshine
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Getting bigger
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In the begining
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Getting up the wood frame
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Working on the roof
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Freedom
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Tiles on
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Almost finished!
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To be continued...
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Re: Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby foxy » Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:13 pm

What a fantastic aviary! I do enjoy seeing how a project comes together too..lots of ideas there... :-)08 :-)08
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Re: Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby tygrysek75 » Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:04 pm

Thank you Foxy,just managed today fill inn all gaps and screw hinges to the doors and let my birds enjoy this space.Some cosmetic touch ups now and will be finished.
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Re: Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby Margaid » Wed Oct 09, 2013 1:08 pm

Looks great Tyg. It's good when you can re-use building materials. The birds look good too.
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Re: Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby tygrysek75 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 12:44 am

Thank you,I hope that they be happy there.Trying to tame them but this is really hard work.I hatched them during dummer but act like wild bird.Trying to tech them eat from hand,slowely we get there :D I hope :D
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Re: Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby tygrysek75 » Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:29 am

I have few more pictures
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Re: Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby Icemaiden » Mon Oct 21, 2013 8:37 pm

Tygrysek. That looks fantastic!
You ought to set up in business building poultry runs. Are you a professional builder by any chance??
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Re: Reves Pheasant's and they aviary

Postby tygrysek75 » Thu Oct 24, 2013 9:14 pm

Icemaiden ,thank you but I had't done all by myself.Had alot of help from guys who been working on our house :D My husband run building company and his guys have done alot of this.Mine idea was to use leftovers building materials from renovation of our house.I knew how this should look like and given to them all instructions.I had sanded all wood,painted,hamered down wiremesh ,fited the doors and guters. :D Actually I have just finished with gutters today as by mistake bought wrong bit.Still need to sort out the garden around aviary so it will look nice but wether at the moment do not help with this.I need to take some photos :D
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Reves Pheasants and they aviary

Postby GarrettTop » Sat Sep 17, 2016 7:46 am

Oh no way Mike, and really take on your comments re "more free range being sold than produced" - its all part of the picture or is it a matrix?
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