Here are the results of my week of working on it:
After all of the work is done putting them together to make a quilt will be fun.
Wild Male TurkeysI never tire of looking at these huge wild male turkeys in my yard. They travel in a pack of five to six males. I have seen a pack of ten once. They are larger and more colorful than the females. When they are showing off their fantails, they form a circle with the fans on the outside and walk in unison so the circle is intact until something distracts (cars driving by and/or people walking) them and they run, every which way.
|Wild Turkeys - Male|
|Males showing off their fantails|
I enjoy watching these male turkeys. The females look for food in larger packs, about twelve to fifteen. They are smaller but can be aggressive in the spring when they are with their newly hatched babies.