with a secluded pasture running alongside and a berried fence
is perfect for wild things.
That is a beautiful spot, with the creek, and the trees meeting overhead. I love secluded sites, and it looks like the turkeys do too.
Titania, I like your story of the turkey mulch nest in front of the garage.
A is for Awesome!
That is good to know, Anna.
Thank you! I’m pain free for now. The other twin hasn’t show its ugly head yet.
I think you are right, Brenda
Looks a little spooky too. But maybe that’s just Halloween calling to me. Beautiful shots.
It is chilly, Anna. We had to use heat in the last few days. I love the fire blazing in the fireplace at this time of year. The coolness makes outdoor jobs very pleasant. Thinking of you and wishing you pain free soon.
Is it cold water? It looks chilly. I love this Autumn feeling in the air. I don’t know why, but I’m especially loving it this year. Your picture is frame worthy. It makes things peaceful and calm. We need that.
I thought I wanted them near until I heard of this behavior.
A serene and beautiful looking place. We have wild turkeys; in the garden they collect all the mulch and put it on a huge heap to lay and bury the eggs.
My daughter had once one in front of her garage. Over night the turkeys had shoveled all the mulch from the neighbour from the other side of the road to her side. Naturally this turkey made mountain had to go!
We had wild turkeys in our yard last fall, I keep watching for them this year but so far I have not spotted any.
Yep, Thanksgiving is right around the corner.
The turkeys love it! They better run and hide.
Those photos are beautiful Donna. And spots like that harder and harder to find (at least around here with all the development). I hope this place stays a wildlife haven.
Love this post so very much Donna. I love the Wild Turkeys having a walkabout! Gail
What a breathtaking spot! I could sit on those banks for hours. Spectacular.
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