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Misfit Toy
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Seen on our training walk today, in the foothills.
 

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Misfit Toy
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terry b said:
California Thrasher in post breeding molt.
I knew you would know what it was! We also ran into a flock of wild turkeys, and a doe and her fawn. Picture fail though..
 

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Frog Whisperer
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are they good to eat?

Recently I have had a HUGE number of turkeys both in my yard and they appear to be roosting above the middle of my driveway. I am going to have to try to get some pictures. There seem to be 2 hen and at least 6 or 7 of the second set for the year, of chicks. (they are probably say 6 weeks old? They are fledged and fly)

And I almost go clipped by a deer crossing the road yesterday, I was coming down a slight grade, 8 mph breeze at my back and I WAS MOVING....I am SO glad I didn't hit it or get hit by it
 

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Just Plain Bitter
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jeebus said:
California thrasher? You mean like TSOL and the like?
Jack is alive and well and living in the LBC! I see him regularly and he is definitley not in post breeding molt!
 

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Touch0Gray said:
are they good to eat?

Recently I have had a HUGE number of turkeys both in my yard and they appear to be roosting above the middle of my driveway. I am going to have to try to get some pictures. There seem to be 2 hen and at least 6 or 7 of the second set for the year, of chicks. (they are probably say 6 weeks old? They are fledged and fly)

And I almost go clipped by a deer crossing the road yesterday, I was coming down a slight grade, 8 mph breeze at my back and I WAS MOVING....I am SO glad I didn't hit it or get hit by it

Turkey is the new chicken.
 
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