Hades is roosting alone these days. It’s taken me a few days to remember to take the camera down for evening milking. And a few shots to figure out the best nighttime settings on the camera. And it is still blurry because he kept moving. Bear with me – as you’ll see the photos get better. The Greek Ladies and Mary Penguin have moved to the rafters to roost, leaving Hades alone.
The Greek girls roosting with Mary Penguin, in the rafters.
My son, William, came into the barn and felt bad for Hades, he picked him up, a bit of a flurry there! and moved him to the rafters, Mary Penguin immediately moved away. William’s interpretation of this was that Mary Penguin moved so he could settle himself next to Hera, Hecate, and Hebe, and no one’s feelings would be hurt. I gave up trying to photo all their roosting spots because Mary Penguin went so far out of the frame. My interpretation – Mary Penguin does not want to roost near Hades at all! And if you look carefully at the photos, you’ll see that Hades’ Ladies moved down the rafter as far as they could, I don’t think they want to roost with him either. He may need to check his BO!