A Lone Turkey

For once, I had my camera within reach when I came across wildlife in the road.  This turkey stared at me for a few seconds, and then took off across the road just as I took this picture.

Turkey

After getting to the side of the road, much to the delight of the Herd, he hung out and watched us.

Turkey 2

2 Comments

  1. Wild Dingo on July 7, 2009 at 10:36 pm

    Hey I have a post just like this on my blog! in 2007 i think… titled strangest visitors… funny…

  2. Stacy Holder on August 1, 2008 at 9:46 pm

    I love to read your stories, and the more I see of the area you live in, the more I think about it as a place to move. It’s lovely. Where are you? I can never keep track of the Carolinas. And I love the fact that for you 75 is hot. Here in AZ, 75 is almost cold!!

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