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Guinea Foul
  Guinea Foul
Guinea Foul

June 26th "Apple Farm" Community Event in Central Indiana.
These critters didn't stand still for a second.
Canon 28-135mm. Entered "Animals" 06/29.

© Steven E. Ray
Steven E. Ray
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    These birds are not only a visual mutation (although their plumage is nice), they also are narcissist, whereas they will study their reflections with admiration.

6/29/2009 7:00:19 PM

Colleen Farrell
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LOL! I was going to say that's a face only a mother could love. Wonderful capture, Steven!

6/29/2009 7:34:02 PM

Allen O. Howard
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Maybe a father... Outstanding all the way around, Steven!!!

7/5/2009 11:47:07 AM

Reynaldo D. Reyes
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The colors and sharp details of this well composed bird are so awesome.

9/8/2009 11:11:32 PM

Chris Ebben
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Great close-up of this wonderful Guinea Fowl, I use to have 2 many years ago. Good one=^..^=

10/10/2009 4:29:23 AM

Jennifer A. Lambert
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SO funny...I actually just raised 12 of these Guinea hens. You will see MANY pics of them soon. I also have Three Bourbon Turkey Poults, Brown Leghorn chickens and Buff Orpington Chickens and Horses. This is a GREAT shot of these bug eaters and GAURD DOGS. They are fantastic ! LOVE the shot !

8/24/2010 12:43:25 PM

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