This young turkey greeted me as I drove into my neighborhood.
I’m thinking these are females. I passed them on my walk early one morning and took the above with my phone.
Where the turkeys hangout.
Walking back home after seeing the turkeys, I saw several deer running across the golf course. I quickly pulled my phone out of my pocket and shot the above.
Late one day in late October I was closing the blinds early since I was meeting Brett after work for dinner and we wouldn’t be home until dark and saw this lady staring at me from my yard.
I wonder if they were the same ones I saw on my walk a few days earlier. I watched them peck around for a few minutes and took the above through the window. “Sorry I was late for dinner, dear. I had to take a bunch of pictures of the turkeys in our yard.” was very strange to say.
Hope you are having a Happy Thanksgiving and are not eating Tina and Trudy (my neighborhood turkeys) for dinner.
I think the turkeys can come back out now.
Supper has ended for most. 🙂
I just love seeing wild turkeys. We now have a flock on Tulsa’s Turkey Mountain. They hang out at the YMCA there.
Yes, hopefully they survived the Thanksgiving holiday! Pretty photos.
They stand in such an interesting manner. – Margy