Nice video it looks like the turkey was not welcome.
Good onya for shooting birds (with the camera). Hope that brush turkey finally got some food.Fun!
Very nice video. Hope they let the turkey eat eventually.
Guess he was a little outnumbered.He certainly has a colorful head.Well done.
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hehe! they sure didn't want the turkey around!!
No sharing here, Turkey!Unusual (to me) markings/coloring on this turkey's neck. Interesting.
I;m surprised the ducks aren't more afraid of the turkey - they can give a nasty peck when they're mad. Neat video Wil.
I've never seen a turkey so small. I have seen wild turkeys while living in Florida, but much larger.Lisa
Very funny. I just love it that the duck, after chasing the intruder away, wags it's tail with such satisfaction, as if to say, job well done.
Well, I guess that duck wasn't happy to share with the brush turkey!
our wild turkey is taller and longer but features same sandy
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