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08/14/2017 09:58:19 PM · #1
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Came home from work and noticed some wild turkeys in the front field. Grabbed the P&S camera from the glove box and took a few photos. Hadn't noticed the groundhog next to the turkey until showing the photos to my family. Fun surprise. :-)
08/14/2017 10:20:39 PM · #2
Hey. Cool. Looks like they're chatting. And how long have wild turkeys been living in glad2badad? I'm assuming the groundhogs are a regular fixture.
08/14/2017 10:33:44 PM · #3
Originally posted by skewsme:

Hey. Cool. Looks like they're chatting. And how long have wild turkeys been living in glad2badad? I'm assuming the groundhogs are a regular fixture.

Actually haven't seen the groundhogs in a while (except for the one that showed up on our deck a couple weeks ago - LOL). Seeing turkeys in the field is kind of a seasonal thing. This group had a few adults and a bunch of young ones. We also have at least two red foxes on the property (one of them had a rabbit in it's mouth the other day ... poor bunny ... happy fox). Raccoons, possum, skunks, a gazillion deer.
08/14/2017 10:46:39 PM · #4
I can imagine the conversation...

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08/15/2017 06:43:07 AM · #5
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

I can imagine the conversation...

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LOL! Thanks, love it.
08/19/2017 11:03:22 PM · #6
Wildlife surprise: got to be some kind of pie
08/20/2017 12:58:44 PM · #7
We get masses of wild turkeys wandering brazenly around here, especially in the fall, with some flocks as large as 15-20 individuals, but I've never seen any of the birds in conversation with a groundhog :-) Great catch!

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08/20/2017 01:01:06 PM · #8
I think I still have a similar image in my archives of a turkey and a deer.
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