“Hentopia: Create a Hassle-Free Habitat for Happy Chickens: 21 Innovative Projects” by Frank Hyman.
I’m sure that a partridge and a couple of turtle doves would commingle just as well with American hens as French hens, but the song is quite specific. No worries. All hens need great care, and regardless of place of origin, happy hens are just a read away with Frank Hyman’s wise words.
“Parisienne French: Chic Phrases, Slang and Style” by Rhianna Jones.
Perhaps your hens would feel like French hens if you spoke to them en francais. Ooh la la!
“The Partridge Family: The Complete Series” (DVD) Sony Pictures Home.
These Partridges are not birds. No matter, all 96 episodes of this 1970s television sitcom are available for your viewing pleasure. By the way, when I was a little girl, I had quite the crush on Keith Partridge, played by David Cassidy. Don’t judge me.
“A Partridge in a Pear Tree: Crochet the 12 Birds of Christmas” by Kerry Lord.
Does a partridge in a pear tree get lonely? If the song’s title was “The One Day of Christmas,” the partridge might be rather sad. Happily, more birds join in the merry-making including some egg-laying geese and a septet of swimming swans. But you know what’s better? Crafting your very own flock of Christmas birds with this fun crochet guide. Here’s a thought: crochet two partridges and no bird will have a blue, blue, blue, blue Christmas.
“Turtles: The Animal Answer Guide” by Whit Gibbons.
Although turtle doves aren’t native to Washington (or the United States, for that matter), we do have turtles for neighbors. These shelled creatures deserve attention all year (despite their wingless status) which is why this guide should be of interest to any animal lover.
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