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    Feb 2009
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    Young Turkey?

    Looked out at the feeder at took a couple of pictures.
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    Don't know squat about turkey's, but it's a great pic..
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    Its a hen, they have their brood in the spring. So its could be from this past spring.
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    Looks like a wild turkey to me. We had a flock of them in my back yard last winter (2019-2020)!

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    ca
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    I think this one is a lot younger than the usual flock on the property. Strange she all alone also, pretty actually. I don't think she'll have any problem attracting a few guys in the spring.
    "If it was easy-It would have already been done-Life 101."
    “I treat the outside world as one raw very warm wet chicken that has sitting out too long. wash and sterilize everything me touches.” — pepperj

 

 

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