Saturday, March 27, 2021

Spring Days

Our typical March weather roars in like a lion, tornado warnings, high winds and torrential rain.
The temperatures in the mid-seventies, perfect for Spring clean-up, except the rain continues to fall by the bucket-load.

A flock of wild turkeys have taken up residence in the yard, standing in the rain, as if they are enjoying a gentle shower. 

It's an encouraging sight to see forty or more wild turkeys when other areas of the state, are experiencing a decline in numbers.


Scratching through the wet soil.
Unfazed and happy.


DJan said...

Those turkeys sure don't seem bothered by the rain! Such great pictures. :-)

happyone said...

Amazing sky!!
We have a lot of wild turkeys around here where I live too. They are quite large birds!

Lori said...

Great pictures! We too are in the 70's today and expecting rain tonight. Happy Spring to you.

Edna B said...

I love all your turkeys! Ours did not come around every day this winter. I'm not sure why. We missed them. Enjoy your beautiful wildlife, hugs, Edna B.

Doc said...

I would love to see wild turkeys in the garden, enjoy your spring.

Henny Penny said...

Thost turkeys know what they are doing. I would pick your place to hang out too. Aren't they beautiful! Dan would have a fit. Turkey season comes in next week. :( I'm dreading it.

L. D. said...

I missed seeing this so I am catching up. Turkeys are so good and bad. I had unusual clouds forming this morning.