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Thread: Look what was in my yard today

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    Super Member dltaylor's Avatar
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    Did you keep any?? LOL

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    These are so great. We don't see these wild very often. Thank you for sharing; what a lovely view.

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    There's quite a few wild turkeys here in the Lebanon, Oregon area too! We live only a couple of blocks from the Santiam River. A newspaper article last Fall reported about 200 turkeys in the area.

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    Yummy!!!

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    Cool!! We have some around here, bt they never get that close. Love it!

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    What a view you have!

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    We have lots too. Our bird feeders are on a second story deck railing. They fly up and eat out of the feeders. It's a real shock looking out the window and seeing these huge birds on the railing.

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    Love the pic. They are such a beautiful Bird. They frequent my house too. When the light catches in the feathers there is not much that comes close to their beauty. Enjoy them!

    PS: Yes. They are female turkeys and they are very attentive to their chicks and stay together for more than a year and then stay togther in the flock. Wonderful birds and at one time were considered for our national bird. They have many good trates. Loyal, smart, protective, gentle.
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    looks like they'er hungry and thirsty. give em some water and corn and maybe invite one of them to stay for Thanksgiving dinner.lol

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    What an awesome sight

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