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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Terry G, Feb 28, 2020.
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They look delicious
Can I get a side of sticks with that?
Ha-Ha...had a flock of about 20 under the bird feeder this morning. 4 big Toms travel by themselves, but seem to be getting interested in the ladies. One of them did a little strutting, but all seemed more interested in the sunflower seeds. Stoopid birds do it every year, but come open season, they disappear into the woods.
All Hen's. Too early and Cold here. The Deer come in but don't eat much. A few mouthfuls of Corn and their gone. The Turkey's eat everything.
I hope cardinals are tasty, that’s the biggest bird that hits my feeders.
I would be stuck with rabbits and quail. Maybe a wild horse.
Squirrels abound in my neighborhood. And ducks and geese all over nearby parks.
But mainly the months worth of food, water, and other supplies we've prepped for some time now.
Could hunker in the bunker for a good while.
Damn turkeys are a nuisance- they stand right in the middle of the road, so.....they don't move real fast.
Why is it so hard to bag one while actually hunting, if they won't even move for your car?
Lots of em around here. I remember when Wisconsin first started stocking them about 1982 - ish. Before that, they were not even known.
I hear they are pretty dry. Not like a Butterball at all........
I don't see them that often but they come in bunches.
I’ve got a group of about 40-50 out back this time of year. During the summer it drops to about 10-15. Then one pair with poults. They will watch me mow the lawn from 30 yards away. Walk out the back door with a gun or crossbow and they are gone like lightning.
A couple years ago.
Nobody spotted the Deer in the second picture? Bad photo, though.
Hooch, come April I can help you with that infestation of turkeys! lol
Hmmmm turkey nuggets.......
Chunked and breaded, fries up just like chicken
Here in CA in the spring time you will see the deer and turkeys together. Always wanted to bag them both for a awesome Easter Dinner.