King Quail (chick) ~ Zwergwachtel (Küken) ~Coturnix chinensis
You don’t see much? The reason is that the chick above (yes, there is one) is a King Quail, a pygmy quail, who at this age is not much larger than a bumblebee. Because of that amazing tinyness the picture is not entirely sharp but you can see fluff, a tiny beak, a beady eye and two large feet, can’t you? :-)
More quail babies! We dropped them off at a place called “Wild at Heart” where a lady who takes cares of bunches of quails and birds is going to pick them up and raise them uvu I decided to take these on the way there.
As basic and simple as glass vial pendants are….. i flipping love making them. Little jars of natural treasures on display for boh the wearer and the observer to appreciate and love. Vials photographed contain - dried baby quail chick foot ( courtesy of Jesse ) - rodent jaw bones from various owl pellets i dissected through. - lovely black swallowtail (courtesy of trade) - vial of cleaned and whitened rodent bones again from vaious owl pellets i sifted through. - Vial of a snake molt ( courtesy of trade)
These will be strung up and placed into our vending batch <3