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...I love the turkeys, they are so difficult to photograph.
The turkey population is on the move here as well!
Thank you for hosting. Stay healthy and well, dear blogfriend.
Those big old wild turkeys seem to thrive everywhere!
Wow! Great photo of wild Turkeys!
I have birds this week too, but of a different feather! Stay safe and enjoy your week. I believe NZ and OZ are opening up a travel bubble. Don't think I am confident enough to fly anywhere just yet.
this weeks my photos don't show "my" corner of the world but a wonderful place I was able to visit 1,5 years ago. ♥
Thank you very much for the linkparty.
Nice shot of the big Tom with his Jakes and Hens
How unusual we both had shots of wild turkeys today. I like yours better.
So cool! I always love coming across a gaggle of wild turkeys when I am trail running in the woods.
We have turkeys just about everywhere in NZ.
Turkeys! They could be in Minnesota. Nice.
Wild turkeys, I'm amazed at what there is in New Zealand?
That's a lot of turkeys!
Nice flock of turkeys!
Such beauties! I didn't know that wild turkeys exist any more.
Greetings from Vienna babsy
Wild Turkeys, in Germany you never see wild Turkeys. Wonderful shot,
Wild turkeys! My friend's mother kept turkeys in their compound many years ago. Whenever I visited my friend's house, I like to disturb the turkeys by making some funny sound and they will automatically respond in their unique turkey sound.
I have never seen wild turkeys and it seems to me that they do not differ from the domestic ones. The question is: can they be eaten? Is it allowed to catch them?
Have a fine day, Betty!
nice shot. We don´t have wild ones so I don´t know how they behave if I should ever meet one. I would probably take a few shots :)
They are part of my childhood with my grandparents...
Interesting birds. We used to have turkeys, very briefly but I remember their sound. They can be noisy but fun.
Such a flock of wild turkeys! We just got back from the Smokey Mountains and I couldn't believe how many wild turkeys were in that park! They seemed totally unafraid of humans too.
I do believe they are referred to as "a rafter of turkeys"! Nice shot, Betty! :-)
PS: Thank you for hosting, Betty!
Amazing to see them in New Zealand!
Hope you are having a great week!
Here in Northeast Indiana, one of our state parks released
wild turkeys. Once in a while you get a glimpse of them.
Have a great day!
Turkeys here are in full courtship mode with different males trying to outdo each other.
Wow! It's funny!
The (domestic) turkey is, somehow, like a dog: it announces aloud a stranger who is at the gate. 😊
What a nice 'team'! I like their sounds! :)
Never seen so many together. Not even at zoo.
Wild turkeys are better than cold turkey ! I like this picture. I wish i could be in your country where there is no more lockdown and great rugby matches...
Such beautiful and peaceful photo. Love the Turkeys. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.
We have them in Virginia too!
Wild Turkeys, that's a nice picture.
I know her too and her calling is sometimes really annoying
Kaud, cud, cud.
We also call it Kauder.
Eine tolle Aufnahme....bei uns gibt es die Tiere
nicht in Freiheit. Danke fürs Teilen.
LG. Karin M.
That's quite an impressive flock of wild turkeys. Hope life is good with you. Have a great week!
I have never seen wild turkeys in nature! Great!
Enjoy your day!
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