We used to raise ostrich, and they can be hard to see, even among weeds in NW KS!This is a great picture of a great Ostrich. Sometimes I miss those creatures, but then, I come back to my senses! LOL!
Once a Peacock showed up at our place. I never figured out where it came from, there's nothing for miles around. It made horrible noises and made a mess on the cars. Then one day it just moved on. I never figured that one out.
We have herds of ostriches at our ranch, running around in the wild. It´s neat to see them!
What a pair of eyes. I knew it had to be there but didn't see. I am sure he was concentrating on his driving with his precious cargo on board!JM Please to email me a:ABNPOPPA@GMAIL.COM, Thanks,Pops
How fun!!! I wonder what you'll see next??!!
Why would a person want a guard ostrich?
Not a Rhea ? Subspecies of Rhea Americana are found in Paraguay.From Wikipedia, which has photos: TaxonomyThe recognized extant species are: * Greater Rhea Rhea americana R. a. americana, found in campos of northern and eastern Brazil. R. a. intermedia, southeastern Brazil in Rio Grande do Sul and Uruguay. R. a. nobilis, eastern Paraguay, east of Rio Paraguay. R. a. araneipes, chaco of Paraguay to Bolivia and Mato Grosso in Brazil. R. a. albescens, plains of Argentina south tRio Negro. * Lesser Rhea Rhea pennata R. p. garleppi, puna of southeastern Peru, southwestern Bolivia, and northwestern Argentina. R. p. tarapacensis, northern Chile from Atacama to Tarapacá. R. p. pennata, Patagonian steppes in southern Argentina and southern Chile.
I driven my an Ostrich farm. I would be surprised if I ever got close enough to take a picture.It looks quite lovely.
That's hilarious, I wonder if he scares away ladrones!
You know us guys, we always have our heads in the sand...
I once saw one at a despensa in Luque. . .
They could have put up a sign: "Welcome to Africa!"
Hi Rita! we just had the privilege of keeping your kids (Brian & Jackie and girls) during the TCBC Missions conference. We enjoyed getting to know them and feel like we got a little snapshot of you too!It was an interesting cross between parents and peers!! Hope we can meet you next time you come through.God Bless. ps. this blog is a GREAT IDEA!
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