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Wild turkeys

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Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Quite an assembly of male turkeys.

kwarkito said...

the choir is back home and will give a special concert this evening

Violetta said...

Wild turkeys - good not cold turkey :-)
Have a good time

Suzana said...

Fabulous image! Congratulation for doing it!
Happy WW and a fine week!

Amy said...

I bet they would be as tough as old boots to eat though

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a collection of wild turkeys.
Thank you for hosting!

Lydia C. Lee said...

What a great shot!!

roentare said...

The fans look dazzling.

Sandee said...

They are strutting their stuff too. Great shot.

Thank you for hosting the My Corner of the World Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. ♥

Veronica Lee said...

Awesome shot, Betty!

Happy Wednesday and thanks for hosting!

Jill Harrison said...

oh..they like showing off don't they. Enjoy your week, stay safe and warm, and thankyou again for the linkup.

dee Nambiar said...

Turkeys are majestic, too. :)
Thank you for hosting, Betty.

Silke - Miteinander-Bücher said...

I have never seen wild turkeys in nature. This is awesome!

Rostrose said...

Ah, that's a funny picture of all the cartwheeling wild turkeys, dear Betty: As if they were performing a folkloric dance 😊!
All the best 🌱🌿🌱, Traude

rupam sarma said...

Turkeys looks good :) Loved the pic

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

Striking photo! Thanks for hosting, Betty.

Keith's Ramblings said...

A delightful picture!

Kirsi schreibt said...

Wow what a great shot,

Heidi R. said...

Wild turkeys (the 'Gobbler') are said to still exist here, but very, very rarely. One can already speak of a rarity. Bravo, you managed to take a nice snapshot with these birds!

isabella kramer - veredit said...

WOW!! Great shot! So impressive to discover this lovely group.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh they are so showing off!! What a neat picture. Thank you Betty as always for all you do!!