The Wild Turkeys of Winter
The Nine Ladies who Brunch, who turned into the 17 Ladies who Brunch and the 3 Males who Court Them last year, have been regular visitors to my backyard this winter. In fact, they have become so bold as to fly 14 feet up to my second floor deck and have availed themselves to my feeders. They now come at any hour of the day seeking sustenance thanks to all the snow we've had this winter. I can't remember the last time this area has had such consistent snow cover for such an extended period of time. It reminds me of what southern New England was like when I was a kid.
You are definitely being visited. Maybe by something that belongs in Shakespeare or a Greek play. They are really beautiful in an ancient way.ReplyDelete
I am really enjoying their visitations. They are quite fascinating creatures.ReplyDelete
Wow nice pictures! I like it and thank you for sharing about Turkeys.ReplyDelete
great photos...i really love bird..ReplyDelete
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I'm not sure why but your pictures have a quiet charm, giving us an inkling into our bird friends' life experiences :).ReplyDelete
It's my first visit here, having discovered your blog at BC. I'm glad I did and plan to return :)
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A complete portfolio of wild turkeys....ReplyDelete
Thank you all. I'm glad you are enjoying the posts. Keep checking back. More big things to come.ReplyDelete
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