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Date:9/23/2014 7:49:26 PM
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Hey Giz
Well, mom thought that too but she thinks she underestimated the turkeys. They're very crafty and smarter than most people think. They do eat off the ground, but if they can get to a feeder, they will polish off the contents in short order. She watched one do that one day. Mom and dad think they finally have them placed so that they can only eat from the ground. They don't mind having the turkeys here, just want to leave what's in the feeders for the little birdies. There really is plenty of food for them in the hills around here.
Well, mom and dad are about to head up and watch the game on the DVR. They are 49er fans but puppy bowl works too!
Warm wing hugs and a vote,
Mackenzie and Athena
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