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Got Turkeys? OT

Posted by thinman Z5 MI (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 10, 14 at 13:27

Yep, it's a little bit off topic, but really, what else do I have to take pictures of at this time of year?

I think these guys are hungry and I wonder if they will make it through this very snowy and cold winter.

ThinMan


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RE: Got Turkeys? OT

That is cool! We don't have wild turkeys this far north in MN but they do have them in the southern part of the state. I have only seen them hanging out around the open fields of corn and other crops. Isn't it great to live where we can see wildlife?


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RE: Got Turkeys? OT

Well, you had better get busy feeding them, TM! ;)

Actually, turkeys can be a tad intimidating when a whole bunch of them are coming toward you! Ask me how I know. Haha.

Great photo.


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Thats so neat ! Every once in a while we have them in the back yard . And here in nashville there is a great place to take walks around a lake that is on a nature reserve .. The wild animals are completely unafraid of you and I have had turkeys march right out in front of me and form a line ! Deer too. It's pretty awesome


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Several years ago when my now adult granddaughter was visiting she came in saying, "If I didn't know better, grandma, I would say there was a turkey in your vegetable garden." In the intervening years we have come to see them more regularly though still it's a surprise. They generally come in ones or twos at our place at the edge of town on acreage. When we go country road riding we see more. I expect the coyotes are interested.


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