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Unlikely pair to find on my way to the woods. I have to turn off a country road unto another very rural road that leads to one of the conservation area… I drove by the two chickens just sitting on the road (opposite side from the side I was driving).. at first I thought, my eyes were deceiving me.. I stopped looked in the rear view mirror to find two heads turned my way. I backed up. what else could I do.. stopped beside them, turned my flashers on and got out. They watched with interest .. didn’t move… just waited for me to???

I got seed from the back of my car and put it on the other side of them.. hoping to lead them off the road itself. they didn’t hesitate they began pecking and moving to the side of the road. What to do.. I didn’t want to leave them the woods there are full of coyotes and other critters that could do them harm. In the end I did drive to the parking lot and got the phone number for the NCC (National Capital Commission) the land owners … who in turn assured me they would get in touch with someone from the conservation team. And a ranger would come to the rescue… I sure hope they did.

Are you overdoing things? Not only do you harm yourself when you overdo things, but you may be imposing on others as well.

Perfect Liberty 2022.29

New encounters can help you change. BE up for anything even if its out of your comfort zone. This is a chance for you to improve yourself as a human being.

Perfect Liberty 2020.30

btw. no I don’t think the chickens came from somewhere near by.. it is in the woods there are no farms in that area.. it is all protected land. It snowed last night.. there were no tracks in the snow.

For everything there is a reason .. maybe not at the time … will you know why? … but there will be an aha moment when something will “relate”

Till soon..


Comments on: "chickens" (5)

  1. Oh, dear, I wonder if they were ‘old’ laying hens that were ‘gifted’ to coyotes because they were no longer productive. Livestock lead sad lives, don’t they? Hopefully, they were rescued by a kind soul to live out their days peacefully.

    • I called the conservation office – I was told they would be picked up. usually they are given to a farm… I sure hope they were saved… that would have been a terrible thing for “someone” do to..

      • I once lived on a farm and people would drop off cats they didn’t want. They would go feral and their life was not healthy nor long-lived. Sad.

  2. Don’t coyotes and foxes deserve food too? They aren’t very good at gardening.

    If the birds have managed to wander far from home, they are already pretty smart and have avoided the predators for a while already. You might want to look for wounded coyotes along their path.

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