Baby chicks and ducklings of the size shown MUST - if you MUST - be handled with extreme care. I just hope your nephew has been shown how to GENTLY handle these babies. A "friendly" squeeze in the wrong place and you have a dead chick or duckling.Colin
Sounds really cute.
That's lovely! I often fancy living on a farm like my aunt's, but then I remember I don't like to clean up dog poop, let alone deal with farm animal poop, so I'll just stick with visiting my aunt's farm animals.
Mr C looks like a sweet little boy.
I always wanted chicks and ducklings. Not common city pets. Mr. C sure looks happy.
That sounds great. I am content to have the farmers as my neighbors. : )
A farmer friend offered to give us 2 of their chicks for our backyard. The Husband and I faced the truth and decided it was too much responsibility. Cheers to your brother and family!
Fabulous photographs you've shared ...Mr. C looks so happy.All the best Jan