Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
they def make me think of dinosaurs in a way....
Have they always had such long legs? I guess I've never noticed.
Watching them fly is a hoot!
Strange birds indeed. Perhaps when they see a gathering of us humans, they think the same thing?Vicki, may I also say that your just previous post really was heartbreaking. May I send my condolences to that dear young man's family and friends.xo
Turkeys have upset the ecology because of their proliferation. Have you noticed the absence of meadowlarks and ruffed grouse? They lay their eggs on the ground and the turkeys have eaten all the eggs. We used to hear the thrumming of the grouse but no longer. Deana the queena
Gobble, gobble dinner. A tasty fowl on the prowl
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