I gave the chickens some apple peel (and kale) as a treat. Camilla managed to grab a big chunk, and was chased around the veggie garden and chicken runs by the other chickens, who wanted to snag a piece.
Eleven geese took an hour break from their migration in our pond. Our ducks were curious.
I waded into the pond to clean and start the pump. While I was there, I captured this video of the ducks swimming around me. Two minutes of cuteness; listen to their quacking!
A video of our ducks following me on the path to the duck house, quacking at me for treats, then silence as they gobble them up.
A couple times this week, the ducks have left the pond to come see me on my morning rounds.
A slow-mo video of eight hummingbirds at the feeders, plus one hummer using its beak and feet to dislodge two others.
The ducks sliding around on the frozen pond, inside their house, and swimming in the non-frozen water by the fountain pump.
Our pond mostly froze today, and our ducks walked on the ice for the first time, with mixed success.
Standing outside a couple of feet from a popular hummingbird feeder, that was also being visited by a wasp. Listen to the hummingbird chirping.
One of our chickens, Kiwi, finds a slug, and the others chase her around the chicken run for several minutes. (No sound.)