Easter Egger Chickens

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Araucana hen]

"Button"
3/22/92--2/26/01

"Button" is the tamest Easter Egger I've ever had -- and the prettiest. I love her muted colors. She'll fly right up on my arm for a treat, which can sometimes be rather bothersome, as she's no featherweight!

Easter Egger eggs!
Photo courtesy of Taryn Koerker

Most of the so-called Araucanas in the US are mixes that carry some of the original genes and lay variously colored eggs: blue, green, or pinkish. These birds are sometimes (and more honestly) sold as Easter Egger chickens. They come in white and many other colors.

To save scrolling time, Araucana related chicks have their own page.


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My pullet "New Girl on the Block," one of the prettiest Easter Egg birds I've had
Photo courtesy of Virginia Martin

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"Bib," a mostly white Easter Egger hen

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"Freckles" was my first Easter Egger cockerel

A Blue Easter Egger hen
Photo courtesy of Angie Brainard

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"Tarragon," a colored Easter Egger hen

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An Easter Egger cockerel

"Gizzy," another Easter Egger cockerel
Photo courtesy of Todd & Ronda Syndor

An Easter Egger pullet

Another Easter Egger pullet
Photo courtesy of Robbie Watters

An EE hen, "Mouse" -- before and after
Photos courtesy of Taryn Koerker

Here's Jamie & Barb's Easter Egger cockerel
Photo courtesy of Jamie & Barb Horton

A very pretty NonBearded EE that I got in 2010

This is Chase's Easter Egger pullet
Photo courtesy of Chase Newman

A couple more EE cockerels
Photos courtesy of Taryn Koerker

"Picasso" and "Seagull," a pair of Easter Eggers
Photos courtesy of Angie Brainard

Two shots of "Murray," a very handsome Easter Egger cockerel (I think)
Photos courtesy of Natalie King


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