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The Animals of Colonial Williamsburg

While I can’t post about my farm because I’m not there, I can post about some of the lovely creatures I have met down here in Colonial Williamsburg.

Ducks Looking for Dates. Evan ran out into the street the first night here to help direct three male mallards across the street. They'd heard there were hot babes in the Colonial area.

Doesn't this mama look like she's smiling? She's so proud of her new baby she can't contain herself.

This young pig had the most expressive eyes!

A handsome chicken at the Plantation

A "Corn Flakes" Rooster! I've got one of those chicks in my brooder coop! I cannot wait to see him full grown!

This was an incredibly beautiful horse. He was only 4 years old and the carriage master was training him.

There were about 6 different carriages around Colonial Williamsburg. The one we took actually was the same carriage that Queen Elizabeth had ridden in!

A Handsome Cow in a beautiful field of green and flowers

These Giant Runt heritage breed pigeons are raised on one of the estates. They are the largest of the domestic pigeon family. The guy who raised them was so interesting and informative.

These Giant Runt pigeon babies were only 7 days old. They go from hatching to full grown in something crazy like 2-1/2 weeks.

Cows plowing the fields at the plantation.

And lastly this adorable baby lamb. Isn't he just the cutest!


  1. that lamb is to die for.

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