A Gang of Wild Turkeys

Today, I passed a field full of wild turkeys – their heads buried in the snow, foraging. It was a pretty sight.

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  1. Stephanie says:

    What a wonderful sight. Your living my dream. We do have an opossum digging up my newly planted leaks. Looks like the snow is melting. I think our version of winter is done, though we’re hoping for rain later in the week. Thanks for the posts I truly enjoy them, and the owl patterns. Between myself, my 15 year son and 11 year old daughter we made 12 to add to our tree this Christmas. Thanks again!

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