Thank you, Ken! I'll be buying the cage to complete the set!
Love the look of the peafowl! Hope to see both it and the ruffed grouse in my runtime someday!
And it's been a while since there was a good one available. 9Mbi had a bullfrog, yonks ago, and there were some 'Toon frogs. Also old. Plus the old DAZ tree frog. Which is even older. And I only think one of them had any kind of an add-on texture pack.
And I don't think I've ever seen a toad.
Arrived back here by clicking on the winged horsey image that popped up at the top of the screen. Still hoping to see a flying Harry available someday.
Hey Ken, just wanted you to know I was thinking of you earlier. I was in the kitchen washing my breakfast dishes, and I saw something out of the corner of my eye, turned towards the window, and lo and behold, a rather large flock or birds flew over our building (I'm on the top floor), and then across to fly over the next building on the block. I don't know what species of bird, as they flew over very quickly, but it looked to be at least 20 or so birds in formation.
Also, while I'm at it, I wanted to ask you if you're at all familiar with the Blue-Footed Booby from Galápagos. Today's New York Times had an article you might want to read.
Ahhh, I didn't know they were here in the USA as well.The Blue-footed Booby is in my Seabirds V1 set The reason for the Booby's name is because it's Totipalmate (4 webbed toes on front)-- most seabirds are Palmate (3 webbed toes). That extra webbed toe makes the bird appear more clumsy, hence the name "Booby". Living in the Los Angeles area, on rare occasions, the Booby has been spotted.
Thanks for the link, though they flew by so fast I didn't have time to grab my cellphone and grab a quick snap.