Turkeys around the Office

I have been getting to the office a little earlier this week as I am teaching a course. This means that I usually get to see some wild turkeys that are out for their morning foraging.

So, I decided to share some pictures that I have taken in the last two days of turkeys.

Wild turkeys, Dublin, Morning foraging, Flock of turkeysHere is a large rafter of turkeys that are about a block away from the office. I usually do not come this way to the office, but wanted to drive by where our new office is just starting the construction process.

Wild turkeys, Dublin, Morning foraging, Flock of turkeysSome of the toms have nice big tail feathers.

Wild turkeys, Dublin, Morning foraging, Flock of turkeysHere is a better view of the big fan of feathers.

Wild turkeys, Dublin, Morning foraging, Flock of turkeysThis morning it was raining and there were some nice reflections on the surface of the parking lot. I though that this picture was quite interesting. It looks like the top of one of the reflected trees is on fire, but it is a reflection of one of the parking lot lights that is still on.

Wild turkeys, Dublin, Morning foraging, Flock of turkeysHere is a closer look at the rafter of turkeys. This is only a small portion of the rafter. At times I have seen up to 30 turkeys wandering around the office. See: Turkeys in the Fog

Do you have any wildlife around your office?

Steven

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1 Response to Turkeys around the Office

  1. Elle Knowles says:

    Oh wow! Turkeys in town! We have raccoons and possums eating the cat food on the carport at night at our house. And we live in town! It’s a little scary. ~Elle

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