Deva speaks with a distinctive, 'Honk, honk!'.
When she was really little, I would go for walks and she would ride along in my front shirt pocket.
One afternoon Deva got outside the fence and instead of waiting in the shade, she frantically paced back and forth at the gate until the heat consumed her. She was locked out for no more than thirty minutes. The sun can be brutal. We were all very sad this happened.
Eva is the first member of the Day flock. This group was my birthday present.
Eva was first to catch the Fowlpox probably from a mosquito bite. Eva was weak and dehydrated from chronic broodiness and we were too late in seeing how vulnerable she was.
She left us too soon. Eva never caused trouble and spent her years with us as a happy hen.
Eva is silver laced on the front and silver penciled on the back.
Lizzy is happiest when she gets a chance to practice her mothering skills.