Ursa Minor’s looking smug (it’s funny how they always look smug or proud when they get their chicks, but it is an achievement that cost endurance and attention). Four chicks! How exciting, she got all of hers.There’s one!There’s another one. These two new moms got transferred out of their broody kennels into boxes and chickeries today, so I could clean the kennels for the next tenants.Daisy finally got her suite upgrade.This one (tentatively “Wolverina” is still so fierce! She only has two chicks hatched, which isn’t good, but she’s sticking to her eggs. They were both model sitters, so the problem must be with the eggs. It’s sad when they don’t get all their chicks. Side by side chickeries.There’s a kennel vacancy (not for long I don’t think). That’s Sprout and Apples enjoying greenhouse privileges.
Three new blondies! This Silkie hen hatched out three of three “cuckoo eggs” – full sized Ameracauna eggs.
These three, unlike the last two (Oreos), while also Ameracunas, happen to be blondes!
That´s time-for-a-nap behavior. Burrowing in.
Gone to bed.
This hen also molted before going broody, but didn’t regrow during her confinement.
I haven´t had little yellow chicks for a long long time!