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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Chukar #WW with Linky


We have wild Chukar around our house.  They are a very interesting bird in the partridge family.  As part of our homeschool curriculum, we study the birds that live around our home.



The Easter Bunny (cottontail) visited at the same time the Chukar did.




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35 comments:

  1. Great Pics!

    ~ Jill

    http://www.frugalplus.com/

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  2. Oh how cute!! I really love the last one with the bunny among them LOL. That's adorable and so fitting for Easter haha. Thanks for linking up!

    Brandi
    www.yeewittlethings.blogspot.ca

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  3. How neat! Never even heard of a Chukar before, let alone seen one.

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  4. How cool! I have never heard of this!

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  5. I used to get really into birds. My sister raised love birds. They were so colorful. Once my Dad had the cage outside and an outsider love bird flew on top of the cage. We had to catch him. He would of never survived on his own in the wild.

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  6. I have never seen birds like these. they are neat! I bet the kids were excited to see the bunny too.

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  7. Pretty bird, and an interesting name. :-) Great shots too.

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  8. Very cool pictures! I also love the last bunny and bird picture!

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  9. I don't know if I've seen a Chukar around here but we have tons of bunnies too! They are so fast!

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  10. I would love to watch and study those birds too!

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  11. Beautiful picture. I especially love the one with the rabbit.

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  12. Never heard of them either, but they are really pretty. Love how the rabbit joined in

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  13. I've never heard or seen a Chukar before. The kids and I will have to look them up during school tomorrow (fellow homeschoolers, here). I love how the rabbit came to join the birds.

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  14. How neat! Those are some great shots!

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  15. Love the detail on those birds, and I thought the bunny was a fake at first. lol Must have been very cool to see in person.

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    1. We have been seeing them every day. We make sure that they have water, so they'll stick around.

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  16. First time I am seeing a chucker.. didn't know that there is such a bird around.

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  17. Thanks for stopping by and linking up with Our Journey!!! Love the pics!!

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  18. Pretty birds! They look a bit like what we call red-legged partridges here in the UK - we have a pair of them nesting in the flower bed!

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  19. What great photos, like many others I have never before heard of a chucker.

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  20. Would you believe that I have eaten Chuckar? I never knew what they looked like, though. Cool shots!

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  21. Love the bunny photo!

    Happy WW from Jordyn @ The Green House!

    http://www.thegreenhouseboutique.blogspot.com

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  22. I remember the first time I saw a chukar. Had no idea what it was and surprised how big they are.

    http://preservingwonder.com

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  23. What beautiful and unique birds! The striping really sets them apart from common partridges. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Love your Wordless Wednesday posts! Thanks for sharing these great pics. :)

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  25. I don't think I've ever seen Chukar, or at least noticed them. They are really beautiful birds and you got some very clear shots of them. That's a great idea for a homeschool study. Do you build a lesson plan around them?

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  26. i love the bunny in the middle of the birds!

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  27. I really love the markings on these birds. That bunny is too cute in the midst of them.

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  28. Great Photos! Love the one with the rabbit! Thanks for the linky!

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  29. Great picture! Love how the rabbit is among the birds!

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  30. Very cool! I find photographing animals super difficult, kudos!

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