Wonderful images - and I am jealous - I haven't even had decent looks at turkeys in a while, in spite of how common they have become. And nothing that could result in good photos like these. It has been a couple of winters since we have had a flock in our yard even though there is plenty of seen to be gleaned. Good work!
Nice shots! Where did you find all these turkeys?
Great shots of the Turkeys!
Super Super shots of the Turkeys!!
Chris, hopefully this spring will bring a few turkeys through your yard. My sister had one eating out of the bird feeder in her yard a few years ago . Was funny to watch.Last spring I saw several turkeys near a farm on a country road here in Illinois. They were just walking along on Route 30 oblivious to traffic. We stopped and snapped a few shots of them with the farmland in the background. I was thrilled to get these shots of them in the woodland setting last weekend.Diane, I was visiting my sister in Michigan. We love to bird watch and photowalk together every time I visit her. We were at Kensington Metropark (a favorite place of mine to explore when I visit). In fact everytime I visit her I stop by here on the way. I always see something wonderful when I visit here. During this visit we saw these turkey, many swan, two pair blue heron beginning to nest, a red shouldered hawk, downy woodpeckers & titmouse both were displaying courtship behavior, blackcapped chickadees, house sparrows, bluejays, a female cardinal, white breasted nuthatch, red headed woodpecker, and four sandhill crane. Thanks so much everyone for your kind comments, I really enjoyed watching and photographing these beautiful turkeys.
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