I can't believe all the snow on your turkeys! You aptly named them 'frozen turkey!"
Oh poor things. They are impressive though. I hope their feathers give them at least a little warmth....hopefully a lot of warmth.
A winter wonderland. We're due for snow showers tomorrow! No turkeys here though.
Go..go..go...ble....go..go...ble...brrrrrrr....go...go..go..ble...(Shivering frozen turkeys ;o)
Like you, we have an over abundance of turkeys here at work. The turkeys believe they own the area, they don't move for NOBODY! Anyway, the turkeys are protected by some NY state law, and can't be killed. I guess their numbers had dropped too low. BUT now, they are flourishing! And The Lab is investigating getting the OK to "reduce" their numbers! The Lab has gotten the OK to reduce the number of Canadian Geese that live here. The Lab is looking into the getting the OK to "reduce" the number of deer that live here. Now the Turkeys! WHERE WILL IT END! I've already voiced my opinion on the killings of the local animals. We took their land, let nature run it's course. But, we have "men" here who believe the rifle or the bow and arrow, are an extension of their penis and want a "controlled" hunt. Right. Who will be next on their hit list?
Hahahahah! Yes Surani, that's exactly what they were saying! Mo, your poor turkeys. They need to move to Canada and flourish on my land!!!
If you start posting up recipes with turkey in it, I'll know where you got your meat. The butternut squash soup looks great.
OH bless their hearts! They DO look frozen!!
Knat...I need to move to your country to flourish!!!!
The title made me smile. Thanks for sharing all of your photos!
Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!