On Saturday D. and I visited Emma Prusch Farm Park. Here are some of the pics I took, including chickens, guinea fowl, ducks, geese, plus some exotic birds, as well as other non-avian things too.
It's a farm. There are chickens.
There are other kinds of poultry too, including this guinea hen.
A weather vane on a picnic pavilion brings to mind William Tell.
Autumn colors on apricot trees stand out against the afternoon sky.
This orchard features rare fruits.
One of the many roosters.
A windmill twirls against the sky.
The park features a large lawn for picnicking.
More autumn color, this time on a persimmon tree.
A pheasant pecks around in the community gardens.
A leucistic peahen perches on a fence.
Another peahen casts her vigilant eye in my direction.
A gorgeous peacock has the run of the garden.
Guinea fowl are chunky birds with eensy-weensy heads.
A cute little goat looks for a snack in the small animal corral.
This is a Toulouse goose, named after a place in France where the breed originated.