we think it s safe now... for a long time ;O)
We think it's safe for a month at least.
It's safe until Christmas! :-)
What beautiful wild turkeys!
I hope it's safe for you sweeties!
The turkeys have been safe with us for some years now. Adorable.Thank you for joining the Feline Friday Blog Hop. Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. ♥
If you ever get a chance, watch the documentary "My Life As A Turkey", about a scientists who hatches turkey eggs, then is treated as their mother as they grow. Delightful, and insightful.
It's safe. At least for another year it is.
LOL, that is funny!
What a Turkey!!I love itHugs Cecilia
wonderful blog post and photos ~ XoLiving in the moment,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
We can hear the turkeys behind our fence every morning.
We have wild turkeys here in WNY, but they're good at hiding. Once, several years ago, sibling #3 of 4 was driving on the highway, and a turkey flew right across her windshield! Good thing she didn't hit it!
Yep, it's been a rough few weeks for turkeys!! What a couple of nice looking Toms you found!xoxo,Rosy and the Gang
Yes, you should be safe now!
Your header photo is awesome ~ would you mind telling me what photo software you use? XoLiving in the moment,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Oh how cool! Gobble gobble!
Darned right turkeys can fly !
better stay up there for a few more weeks, Christmas dinner is looming. Find look turkeys they are
We have wild turkeys around here too. I didn’t see the the past week though. They were probably hiding. :) ~Ernie
Hi Ann, To respond to your comment, the turkey on Dani's blog was asking everyone to Eat Beef! And for good reason. Did you know that wild turkeys are actually on the Endangered Species List? I found that out doing research for one of my posts.I love, love, love the picture of the wild turkey in Florida. It would be a great shame to lose them. I have heard that in the future everyone will be eating manufactured meat because cows and likely pigs emit too much methane which is also dangerous for the planet. Turkeys, on the other hand, are harmless to the environment. On that note, I hope you were able to enjoy asome turkey and fixings for your Tnanksgiving supper. I figure you and I will be long gone by the time the time "cultured" meat becomes the norm.
You are safe, no one wants to see turkey right now. :) XO
Grandma sent me a picture of a turkey walking on the beach yelling, "I'm a fat seagull, leave me alone!"
It isn't safe as long as humans are near.
We had a group of them in our yard when we were cooking dinner. I think they were planning a counter attack.
Yes!!! Come on down! Time for us to grab a nice meal, and to give thanks for another year unscathed!
Yep - safe for now.....unless somebody gets a hankering for another round of Turkey and Dressing !!Hugs, Teddy
Hee! Hee! They look like the turkeys we have been seeing around here (yes, we really do have wild turkeys).
BOL!!! Come to think of it, the wild vulture turkeys must have been in hiding the past few days as we hadn't seen them by the donkeys' field. but they were there today, probably picking at leftovers on the ground:)Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber