6 in Travel Love It Wacky Wednesday – These Creatures by Pamela Moresby May 29, 2019, 10:43 am 178 Views 20 Votes 29 Comments Share Tweet Pin Todays creatures I photographed today. Some I saw unexpectedly. In Mangere Bridge and in Ambury Regional Park….. Peacock in Andes Avenue It is in Mangere Bridge not far from Ambury Regional Park Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Thanks Ellie, this is one of the best streets in Auckland. I think not only the homes nice but the bird life that live there as well. Log in to Reply Thanks so much Dawn glad you like it Log in to Reply When I was young I was terrified of these. My brothers had me believing they had thousands of eyes. Log in to Reply View More Comments Clydesdale Horse In Ambury Regional Park, which is also a farm Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Great shot, Elenka. A good shooting angle! 1 Log in to Reply Upsss… Sorry… I mean, Pamela… So Sorry… 1 Log in to Reply Im just glad someone else does the same thing as I sometimes do..! It is OK Albert….. Thanks for your comment…… 1 Log in to Reply Clydesdales are beautiful animals. Log in to Reply Sheep Dog Ambury Regional Park Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport His composition of black and white is alike like my cat Black. 1 Log in to Reply A sheep dog in New Zealand is a working dog. Farmers swear at their dogs with all sorts of names and the dogs just take it, they are faithful to the farmers anyway. In a way the sheep dogs are their best friends because they can say anything they like to the dog. 1 Log in to Reply I even really like that dog even though I only see it from your picture. Log in to Reply Goat Ambury Park Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport He does look a bit drowsy 1 Log in to Reply Yes he does, thanks Dawn…….. Log in to Reply Turkey Also lives in Ambury Park Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport You have got good details in this picture! 1 Log in to Reply Glad you like the turkey, it also has personality 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Albert……….. 1 Log in to Reply Royal Spoonbill and bird life This is off Kiwi Esplanade in Mangere Bridge Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport I like this shot too… So wonderful. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Albert! I haven’t seen a Royal spoonbill for a while 1 Log in to Reply Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 20 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PinAmbury Regional ParkMangere BridgeWacky Wedsnesday Written by Pamela Moresby 29 Comments Leave a Reply Thanks so much Tasartcraft glad you like it. 1 Log in to Reply Your tour always gives me fun pictures! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Albert…….fun is the idea! 1 Log in to Reply Pleasure is mine, Pamela. Log in to Reply Such a beautiful photo collection! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Ellie for your kind comments 1 Log in to Reply What a great assortment of animals here. Loved them all! I have seen turkeys often in the back of my yard. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Carol, I have not seen turkeys except in Ambury Regional park, Log in to Reply Beautiful pictures. I see the bird in blue for the first time, it’s very beautiful 1 Log in to Reply Yes, at first I thought it was a large bird in a blue suit but then I recognised the Peacock! Thanks Vidocka! Log in to Reply All pictures of animals are wonderful, dear Pamela 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Lado, glad you like them……. Log in to Reply With great pleasure, dear Pamela Log in to Reply Beautiful images of beautiful animal , thank you for sharing 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Witty Feeds glad you like it….. Log in to Reply Lovely pictures , thanks for sharing with us. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Dawn…………….. Log in to Reply They all are adorable. I have seen turkey alive only in childhood. Great photos. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Fortune, I have only seen the turkey at this farm Log in to Reply Nice picture.thanks for post. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Hamid, glad you like them Log in to Reply I’ve no idea turkey look like that up close! It sure looks wacky! 1 Log in to Reply Its my first Turkey sightings in Ambury Park but I don’t know much about them 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Alibb……… 1 Log in to Reply You are really lucky. In the area where you live, there is a wide variety of animals.And it is interesting to me why Turkey has this horn? 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka, I am not sure why the Turkey has this horn…I am not an expert on turkeys and this is the first one I’ve seen, but perhaps I can find out Log in to Reply now that was a Wacky collection from your day! Does the turkey have something growing from its nose? (beak) 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Doc, it is a curious question in which I hope to find out, first turkey I’ve seen 1 Log in to Reply Thanks! Let us know! great pictures as always! 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.