Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
I am sure that sometimes they seem like a nuisance but for us outsiders it looks like a neat thing to have going on.
That's a lot of turkeys...
What a gob of turkeys you have Jo. Wonder what they would do if you strolled over? Have you seen When Turkeys Attack? Laughed until I cried. They are actually my favorite fowl.
We did raise turkeys for a few years but when we downsized we limited ourselves to chickens, ducks and two old Guineas. What I miss most are the peacocks. I do believe I'm going to look for a few this spring. This Poor Farm needs more color!
I love to see your wild turkeys enjoying themselves. Rain is probably bringing up lots of bugs. :-)
Jo, I have never seen so many turkeys that were not in the grocery freezer. :):) You should have not bugs in your yard when they are done. Today is a bit sunny but co9ld and windy...just yesterday it was 54 degrees. Our weather is all topsy- tursy. Blessings to you , stay in and have tea. xoxo, Susie
That is a lot of turkeys! Wonder where that light colored one in the center came from. That rain reached us before daylight this morning, then moved on and the sun came out. Very windy though. Gusts up to 45 mph.
Loved seeing your photo's ... and yes, that is a lot of turkeys!All the best Jan
Now THAT is a flock of turkey's. Wow. Love seeing your wild life how lucky you are. We have a Possum does that count?Janice
what a great picture for wildlife
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