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Twenty-two wild turkeys

This is a discussion on Twenty-two wild turkeys within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Ron-NY they are cool birds..I have a Hemlock wood behind the house ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    they are cool birds..I have a Hemlock wood behind the house and sometimes they will roost in the Hemlocks during the winter.
    We have about 10,000 acres around us that are in soil bank of something but they use to grow tabacco and corn well the corn just keeps replanting its self and there are hundreds of turkeys, coyotes, gray wolfs running in there its getting so you have to go out with your dog at night to protect him

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    GOBBLE GOBBLE!!! I love wild turkeys, they have funny behaviors, and make all this noisy nonsense!!!

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    LOL. 21 turkeys. ( I have been waiting for a chance to use that smilie since I uploaded it.... heheheh...)

    Cheers,
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    Too funny!


    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post




    LOL. 21 turkeys. ( I have been waiting for a chance to use that smilie since I uploaded it.... heheheh...)

    Cheers,
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