In early January I looked out the back window and saw some turkeys across the fairway. There were a lot more of them than the usual 7 that often come by. It looked like 2 of them were fighting and their beaks were locked. I’m not sure if these are the young ones from this summer that are all grown up or a different group.
The 2 fighting turkeys kept pushing towards the palm bushes and ended up in the middle of them. All of the other turkeys were standing around watching.
After a few minutes the other turkeys started chasing each other around. I’m assuming the ones with the red down their throats are the males? Is this a territorial fight?
Many of them started running across the fairway towards our building. One of the younger turkeys had it’s head under the wing of an adult. Was it hiding for safety? It was pretty confusing.
A few of them got chased off and flew over our building. I’m assuming those were the interlopers. It was crazy and only lasted a few minutes. I took all of the above through the window with the exception of the last 3. I snuck out at the last minute just as 2 were flying away. I could see my neighbor across the fairway taking pictures as well.
Great series on the wild turkeys. Maybe a few males were getting feisty.
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Hello:=) What a commotion, but It gave you a wonderful opportunity to take some fabulous photos, never seen better in fact.
Enjoy your weekend.
Boys will be boys. Or Tom’s will be Tom’s.
Terrific series! Hope your foot is healing.
awwww, perhaps they were kissing!! they are so pretty, you captured their beauty!!
They really are fun to watch. We have them in our neighborhood too and we see them pretty often. I grab the camera when they get close! You got some neat captures!