Saturday, September 03, 2016

Martha's turkeys

They act as if they own the road, don't they? Maybe they do.

According to the Massachusetts office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, wild native bird populations have been restored from near extinction in much of the state. But on the Martha's Vineyard

wild-strain birds are absent; however, feral pen-raised birds may be found over much of the island.

They sure are. I encounter them most every morning when I run. They are common enough sights that I seldom stop to photograph them.

But this one looked rather noble out there alone in a pasture.

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