And who said that turkeys can’t fly?
In our neighborhood, in our city, wild turkeys roam the streets in flocks of eight to twelve turkeys. They walk slowly, and stop at each home and peck the ground to see if they can find food.
They abound in the autumn, but we see them also in the summer and even in the spring. They live in the woods nearby, and come out during the day.
When they open their wings to fly up or to fly back down, they are powerful flyers.
In our neighborhood, turkeys are a protected species and are native to North America. People who are driving their cars slow down to watch, or to let them pass.
Happy Thanksgiving!!Happy Thanksgiving!