What a capture. So when I originally saw you shot it, I was kinda afraid to see it. I thought, "Jen wouldn't shoot anything!" I have never seen a blue neck ir head but then, I've only seen the ones that head to the table!
Perfect aim! Such a gorgeous creature and running free, just how it should be. Lovely photo Jen! By the way, I always love your sense of humour. Have a pleasant day my friend.
There are ten more in the group (rafter) they come out most every day from the woods behind my house. They head up towards the house eating bugs and whatever drink from the pond then go back into the woods when they're done.
Haha! That would be my approach as well. :) Nice "shot."
Thank Jennifer. I'm glad you thought it was funny, I was trying to be clever.
Oh you sneak...I was going to ask you to ship the bird to Canada since our Thanksgiving is before yours!
My brother Gerard said they are very tasty on the grill!!
Very cool, you live in such a great place!
Oh you really got me there ! Great photo. I'm in Turkey ( the country) and the moment and there's a few cockerels crowing at 5 am I'd like to shoot.
The old fellow looks rather bewildered. LeeTossing It Out
What a spectacular photo! I'm so glad that you use your powers for good! Julie
OOOOOOO, thank Goodness.I thought you used a gun.Heeeee's ALIVE! YES!!xxxx
Oh not me! I'm a lover not a hunter! The only wild turkey I've ever consumed was out of a bottle ;0 gulp!
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