Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Signs of Birds

When we visited Scone Palace last week, we were impressed by all the peacocks

and we quickly learnt that they should be treated with the utmost respect

On our walk back from Scone Palace to our B&B in Perth, we were amused by the mallards sitting on the fence here

For Signs, Signs 

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thirtysevenandcounting said...

Gorgeous peacock strutting his stuff!

Had to laugh at the Mallards on the deck fencing. Perhaps they don't enjoy 'deep water'! :D

Visiting from the Signs challenge,


Andy said...

Also beware of the peahens. :-)

Halcyon said...

Such pretty birds! Guess they have had problems with humans, thus the signs. :S

Marleen said...

They are beautiful, aren't they.. I love the white ones.

TexWisGirl said...

how nice!

Lesley said...

Anything with a royal looking coat of many colours like these peacocks have should be treated with respect!

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said...

And what times of the year would that be?

Friend lived next to two peacocks. One yelled "HUH-ELP! HUH-ELP!" and the other one yelled "ME-OW! ME-OW!"

Gerald (SK14) said...

love the warning notice with its disclaimer of liability!

RedPat said...

Who would have thought that peacocks could be moody! ;-)

eileeninmd said...

The peacock is beautiful, love that pretty tail.. Enjoy the rest of your week!

Rabbits' Guy said...

I know! They can be aggressive and Noisy!!!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Wow those are some beautiful peacocks. Not to messed with though :-)

Tom said...

Peacocks aren't the any things that can be temperamental! Some days a fight with a peacock looks good.
Tom The Backroads Traveller

Bill said...

seen from behind
it doesn't look like much
the peacock's tail

Peacock sighting at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Arcadia, California. They can also be seen on streets and in backyards around town.