Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Wordless Wednesday!

Talon and Jeremy at the Kritter Korral Animal Sanctuary
(By the way...much better taken care of then the petting zoo in Lumsden was)
That place was not very clean....and the animals all had infected looking eyes.
I was afraid to touch anything.
This place in contrast,
was pristine,
and all the animals looked content and clean.

Apparently these eyes help the peacock to kill Cobras?
Live and learn.
This guy had the BIGGEST and most BEAUTIFUL feathers I have
EVER seen...

These guys do good work.
Not only do they take in abused and abandoned farm animals,
but they also take in wild animals,
and then send them back to the wilderness when they are better.
If you would like to send them a donation,
let me know,
and I will give you the pertinant information.

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Tammy said...

Sweet pictures of the kids! That peacock is beautiful!

JUST A MOM said...

BEAUTIFUL,, we have a neighborhood whee they are eign over ran by these beautiful birds,, BUT I GUESS they are only so beautful IF they are NOT IN MY BACK YARD s they say...

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Peacocks run wild in this neighborhood and fly up onto roof tops, they are indeed spectacular creatures.

Miranda said...

Oh how fun! Those are great pictures :)

Robin said...

Looks like a fun day out, and that peacock is spectacular.

Summer Stock Sunday is off and running - see you there!

Vixen said...

That peacock is lovely. That 3rd picture looks like Poomba from the Lion King.

I tagged you to play a meme, if you get the chance.

Life Ramblings said...

what a lovely peacock. sounds like they are having fun.

Flying Giggles and Lollipops said...

Wow....fantastic pictures! I never knew that about peacocks!

Thanks for sharing!

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

COOL! I've never had the chance to capture a peacock's tail open! Great captures!

Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in Parenting said...

That peacock is AMAZING!

Thanks for stopping by! Beautiful pictures, I hope to see you around again soon! ;)

Michelle said...

The children look very happy and beautiful pictures of the peacock.