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February 03, 2016

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That wren is a cutie.
We have some turkeys on the island, and they seem pretty happy here.

Wow, you have been feeding them well.

Hattie--Wrens are like baby people: each is cute! Although the populations may have diverged a tiny bit since then, I suspect that your turkeys are the same as ours. Rio Grande Wild Turkeys were imported to the six major islands in the early 1960s.

Bogie--Funny thing is: This is the first year that I've not put out food for the turkeys in some years. I believe that our new neighbors (next door - away from Rock) put out corn for them; but, obviously, since they hung around for a couple of hours, the turkeys are finding something in our yard. Probably bugs. Go, Turkeys! Well...they do scavenge seed from beneath the bird feeders; but, that flock had but a couple of turkeys that wandered close to the house. (I've not been putting food out at the edge of the woods in deference to your dad's newly planted grass.)

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