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Gobble Gobble

January 23rd, 2018 at 06:10 pm

I should have added this to my last post, but forgot.

The turkeys usually come out in the spring. Not used to seeing them in winter. I just happened to walk by the front door (office) and saw a turkey peering in the glass door. They look HUGE when they get that close. I was on the way to the kitchen (opposite end of building), but turned around to go the other way to get my camera. By the time I got back they were moving on, but I think I startled them and the one fanned its feathers.

Probably some of the best pictures I've gotten of the office turkeys.

5 Responses to “Gobble Gobble”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    They are huge!

  2. CB in the City Says:

    Great pictures!

  3. Bluebird Says:

    Wow! Be careful! They are enormous!

  4. PatientSaver Says:

    We used to have a fairly tame wild turkey hanging around in front of the bank, in an urban downtown location. Unfortunately, some punky kids chased it and broke its neck. I regretted feeding it sunflower seed, because that probably made it trust people.

  5. MonkeyMama Says:

    Funny update:

    I wouldn't go near these turkeys. Took those pictures through glass. They are HUGE!

    MH stopped by his cousin's house the other day. Postal worker. This is a relatively new job. He was unemployed most of a decade (when the local economy was in the toilet). Anyway, I said something about dogs and MH said he had mentioned that the dogs have never been a problem (admittedly he is a dog person), but that the turkeys are fierce. HA!

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