While they are not the largest, of course, they are amazingly large birds. Since i've only seen them in zoos, it's nice to see some where they belong.
Is this a Rhea farm? Are they raised for meat or eggs?
Fascinating that the males incubate the eggs. Mary Anne in Kentucky
Messymimi, they had plenty of room to roam.Tabor, it was predominantly a cattle ranch with horses and Rheas.Mary Anne, I did not know that, thanks.
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Very nifty birds.
They sure are, Hilary.
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