Thursday, September 22, 2011

Thanksgiving birds


Seeing these 15 wild turkeys nervously walking along 117th St just off Cliff Road and Rich Valley Road was a real thrill on late Sunday afternoon!
Gobble, gobble!

19 comments:

  1. It is great to know that their life has sense and destination.

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  2. Super! I've never seen so many flock together, not even in the wild.

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  3. Amazing. I don't know that I have ever seen wild turnkeys. Thank goodness you had your camera ready.

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  4. Fifteen turkeys all together, that would have been an amazing sight, wonder what was making them nervous, is it getting close to Thanksgiving over there??

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  5. Why did the turkeys cross the road? To get to the other side and their hiding places before Thanksgiving.

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  6. Gobble! Gobble! I wonder how tasty these wild turkeys are? Do you have your recipe handy? Great shot!!

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  7. That is a whole lot of turkeys!

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  8. My Thanksgiving dinner is getting away from me! :)

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  9. well you certainly are no turkey. thank you for your always kind comments. the pattern for the kitty can be found on page 53 of CHIC KNITS FOR STYLISH BABIES. if you knit it i hope you'll post a shot of it and let me know. good luck.

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  10. What a wonderful sight! Run, birds, run! :-)

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  11. Hehe! Canadian turkeys are looking very scared these days as our Thanksgiving is October 10th!

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  12. Newer seen a wild turkey here - a brewery has a turkeyfarm. Hope some of them will survive October.

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  13. You guys gto about 60 days reprieve. LIVE it up! hahahaha

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  14. Thats a great find and a nice capture...lovely!

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  15. Wow I have never Seen à live turkey let alone wild turkeys :) great catch (and also congratulations on that fantastic moon shot!)

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  16. Wow, that is so cool! Can't believe there are so many.

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