I truly think that there is more beauty in imperfection than perfection, for it is the imperfect things that truly make us beautiful. --me
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Apr 3, 2009

Gobble, Gobble

A few images of the turkeys out at the Chippewa Nature Center in Midland. The only birds that I was able to watch the day that I was out there. I was afraid that I wouldn't see any birds when I got out there and saw that the main building was under a remodel. We decided to go ahead and drive around back to the homestead farm, sugarhouse, and schoolhouse area. I look forward to when the bird viewing room is accessible again so I can see more of a variety. Also my favorite little walking path is not easily accessible right now either. Being able to walk along the trail again will be nice, also.


Shellmo said...

Their feathers looks so shiny and rich looking in your photos - very nice!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thses are great pictures.I like the color on the birds.

Tammy said...

Love your turkey photos! We have lots of wild turkeys here and the guys are in full dance (it's also hunting season, poor buggers). The girls are just ignoring them. You might enjoy what I found to photograph on my latest outing:



Anonymous said...

loving the posts on the nature center! great photo's, I have been seeing alot of turkeys myself! :)

Anonymous said...

It's spring, so I'm guessing that's a male & female & they're twitterpated (as Thumper says on Bambi) hehehe

Michele said...

I am glad you were able to see some birds there despite the remodel... these guys are mighty handsome!!

Steve B said...

Wow, Christy! Nice turkey shots.

fishing guy said...

Christy: Another nice pair of Gobblers in the open.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Good photos! I've been trying to capture turkeys with my camera. ;-)

Stephen Baird said...

wow, beautiful turkeys? is that possible? you did it!

Zhakee said...

Nice pics of those colorful turkeys. Amazing how pretty the feathers are in wild turkeys.

Anonymous said...

They almost seem to sparkle out of beauty.

Very nice photo!

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