Tuesday, March 20, 2012

 TWO HEADED TURKEY. No just two males trying to out talk the other.
 I had my long lens on the camera so when I heard this flock go by the library, I grabbed my camera to see if I could get a few good shots off without hurting a turkey. LOL
This shows the actual distance I was shooting from. As soon as the corn feeder in the distance went off they flocked to the feeder to eat. A real turkey trot really. 
The kitty justice if you look and listen you never know what will travel by your window.


Changes in the wind said...

Turkey trot:):) indeed....

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Lots of Gobble Gobbles, Di... We never see turkeys here around the homes. BUT--if we walk back in the woods around here, we can always see them...

Great photos.

Small City Scenes said...

No wild Turkeys around here but what you said is true. Ya never know what will come walking by specially since we live by a forest. . Keep that camera ready. MB

mississippi artist said...

I see lot's of wild turkey's when I visit friends out in the county.

Lady Di Tn said...

This afternoon, we had 3 males all fanned out trying to impress the ladies. Peace

We have flocks of them in the yard daily. Our neighbor has her bird feeder on widow hooks and the turkey go over and bump the pole so the seed will fall on the ground. Peace

Living near the forest I bet you get all kinds of visitors. Peace

Yes they have not invaded the city YET. Peace