Hi Bob! I'm here through a blog of my friendYes Sir...that's a big question in that photo...I am guessing, it's a part of bird...;)
look like a fake human used to repel birds in rice fields ----Thank you for sharing a nice video
Wow, I have no idea! What is a bird's leg? Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!
It's the knee of a one-legged Oojamaflip bird, Bob!!
Richard, your are close, ha ha ha ha.
LOL! I like this comment from Richard.All the best Jan
the right leg of a crane from behind ... ;-))
Bob, did you get me ... ostrich leg?
Someone with knobblier legs than me!!!!!
Ha ha ha, my knees are terrible too EC.
My friend Bob,Thank you for this post.This post is giving me the question that I need right now.
It does look rather like an ostrich ankle. Or knee. Or something.
Ostrich legs, or something like that.
Hello Bob,Part of a bird's foot.Best regards, Irma
Sort of Irma.
It's a knee of a bird, maybe a duck!! Happy weekend dear friend.
well I thought a Rhea, Emu, Ostrich and Cassowary but I know none of these are right so it has me stumped Bob
It looks like a knee, or ankle from a bird …All the best Jan
Could it be a hen's knee?
It's an Emu
I owe you one PINT, thanks Callum.
I took the date of the photo and realised we were at Noah's ark farm zoo around that time. Margaret gave me the idea. I went to the Noah's ark website and looked at the animals, they have an ostrich, Rhea and an Emu, I searched images of the three birds legs on Google, I also noticed the white shadow in the picture which I think is a llama which was in the same enclosure.
Brilliant Callum, better than me.
Hi Bob,I hadn't got any idea at all, so glad Callum got the answer, mind I would have tried more if a pint was the prize.All the best, John
Ha ha John, that was the prize, in fact, that was the best I can offer him, thanks.
Pleased that the answer was revealed …Well done Callum.All the best Jan