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Old Aug 10, 2012, 10:38 PM   #1
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The baby turkeys are getting bigger and this one was in the back the other day looking for insects.



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Peek-a-boo! This is a nice shot.
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Love the way this came out! And glad to see that you are still around, with your awesome wildlife pictures.
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Ah, the face only a mother could love.

Well captured.

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Thanks, for the comments, thought it was interesting to see the Turkey head sticking up almost like one of the flowers in the back yard.

I am going to be in your neck of the woods in a week or two Harriet! Driving from San Fransisco to San Diego to visit with my daughter who lives in Del Mar. Excited about the California weather, not excited about the California traffic and entertaining gas prices.

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Looks like our dog hiding from us. If he's not looking at us, we can't see him. Or, so he thinks

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What a wonderful habitat shot! Thanks for sharing!
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Tom - When you drive over the Grapevine, wave toward us! You might be looking forward to the California weather right now, but just wait - it's been in the high 90s in the mountains (with thunderstorms/rain the past two days so it's humid besides), it was 106 in Santa Clarita/Castaic when we went through there about noon today. They keep saying it's supposed to get cooler, but I keep dripping as I type each night - not sure I believe them at this point. At least San Francisco should be reasonable.
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This must be the year of the turkey. I have 4 of them coming into my yard every day (two adults and two chicks) to eat the seed that the birds drop from my feeders. They have become somewhat tame and let me approach them quite close.

Your shot of it in the tall grass is great.

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Thanks, for the comments, thought it was interesting to see the Turkey head sticking up almost like one of the flowers in the back yard.

I am going to be in your neck of the woods in a week or two Harriet! Driving from San Fransisco to San Diego to visit with my daughter who lives in Del Mar. Excited about the California weather, not excited about the California traffic and entertaining gas prices.

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One of the prettiest places in California-love the Torrey Pines State Park & beach-Coronado not too far either-enjoy your visit.
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