Sunday, January 28, 2018

The Barn Collective, January 28, 2018

Lee County, Mississippi, USA, January 24, 2018
I can't say for sure about this place, but long structures like these are sometimes used to raise chickens for eggs and meat - Chicken Barns!
(Actually, they were called Chicken Houses).
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Your bird for today is...
Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, January 14, 2018
...a Killdeer!

Have a blessed day!

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14 comments:

  1. Hello!:) Good shot, and sighting of the Killdeer. It reminds me of the Plover, but has a most distinctive double breasted band.

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    1. Yes, Killdeers are members of the Plover family of birds
      Thanks for your visit and comment
      Have a great day!

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  2. Oh boy...another favorite of mine, the killdeer!!
    Thanks so much for letting us share a bit of your world today by linking in at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

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    1. Ps...I call 'em buzzards also (vultures)

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  3. ...yep, chickens were my first thought. I see several chicken 'houses' around here. Thanks Lea for sharing, enjoy your week.

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  4. Hello, I have seen similar chickens houses here. Great photos! The Killdeer is a cutie. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week!

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  5. Kildeer are a sign of Spring out this way. Haven't seen any yet. I posted an old chicken house too
    MB

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  6. Lovely little killdeer! And love your chicken houses.

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  7. Cute killdeer! Love the chicken houses.

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  8. Love the little Killdeer, such fun birds. Great photos!

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  9. A lovely Killdeer! I can hear it singing!

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  10. Interesting barn/farm and I love the shot of that bird!

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  11. Beautiful Kildeer photo! And I'd say definitely a Chicken House/Barn! True story: we grew up in a podunk town in Eastern Washington with quite a few of those structures still being used, but I actually had a school-mate who lived in a repurposed one. (Can you imagine the cleaning job?) I believe her family owned the property and were saving to build a house.

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