Something to crow about “Errol Flynn,” owned by Gordon Campbell and Natalie Rowe, tied for first with a bird owned by Diane Moody and Sperry Lee in the rooster crowing contest held at Sunday’s 13 th annual Harvest Fall Festival at the Glengarry Pi- oneer Museum in Dunvegan. Natalie Rowe, whose “Lord Gaga” finished third, also won the match for human crowing. The People’s Choice award for the most hand- some rooster was won by a bird owned by Zack Bedard. Another huge crowd enjoyed the festival that featured a wide range of antiques, customs, pi- oneer hair-curling and threshing techniques.

Photos Richard Mahoney

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