Friday, 5 March 2021

The Boys Are Back In Town

 The Llandudno goats have come back into town......
It’s the bachelor groups that have left the Orme






The females with their kids are safely hidden away on the peninsular 
The hospice is taking advantage of their births


23 comments:

  1. They do look as though they own the place!

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  2. Goats on the move visiting the city center. Not a care in the world.

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    1. When I am work I see them daily
      Wandering around town , eating the hedges

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  3. Hi hun, I hope that you liked and have received your inspirational stone for your desk. Love goldensunflower x

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  4. OOPs have just seen the previous post you have received it!!! LOL OMG don't you just love old age lol !! XXX

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  5. Barbara Anne12:37 am

    Don't you just love that the wild goats can wander hither and thither as if humans, cars, and buildings don't matter much at all? Looking up at the stars gives me the same thought: we are so insignificant - but so important to each other.

    Hugs!

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  6. Lookin for love in all the wrong places.... But oh so much fun! Great diversion.
    Ruth in Oxnard CA> USA

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  7. I ordered one of the cute lovey and sent to my friend Simone in Berkshire. XO
    Ruth in Oxnard CAlif. again USA :)

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  8. Do the male goats not stay with the family ? Are this just the young goats. Love the little goat toy.
    Playing catch-up on your and several others.

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  9. LOVE the goat toy! and they just take over the village, don't they?

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  10. Horny males on the rampage!

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  11. Where I live in spring and fall they herd sheep by my place. Literally just outside my bedroom window. I have watched many herds of sheep going by in the early morning while drinking coffee. Your goats are fantastic! I wouldn't mind some goats around.

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  12. They all look carefree yet so vulnerable with the traffic about.

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  13. This must be incredible to see in person. I hope they quickly adjust to reality and stay safe when things get busy again. And that stuffed toy is a great idea.

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  14. Are the goats aggressive if you need to walk past?
    We often moor by a field of heifers, many people are scared of them but although they will run towards people they are only curious.

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  15. Well done the hospice!

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  16. Ah, I see some are gassing up, too

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  17. They are so cute.

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  18. I would so love to see this in person, but I guess as lockdown ends and humans reclaim the streets, they'll be off. Our street is so quiet, lockdown or not, that late at night you can hear the click of fox claws as they stroll up the tarmac.

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