We've been letting them out for awhile every day, but there are so many predators around (foxes, hawks, owls, even the odd bald eagle) that I don't feel comfortable with it unless one of us is out there. So there I was, wrapped up and sitting in a camp chair with my book, freezing. Today it is about 45, breezy, and drizzling. Ah, spring in Montana. I'm getting pretty fond of our little brood, but they still are not fond of me. It's easy to herd them, because they're so terrified of me that all I have to do is walk up behind them and off they go.
I'll put a couple of still shots in a separate post in case this takes so long to load that it's not worth it.