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Date:9/22/2014 11:24:29 AM
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Haha, Josh!
We know what you mean. We'd all love to see those pictures. When the parronts hung the outdoor feeders, they ended up having to move them several times because the turkeys had figured how to get to them. Mom watched one hen empty an entire tube feeder at one time, pecking other hens to stay away. When mom walked out there thinking the turkey would just leave, it just stared at her - hm, if that turkey could laugh - and kept on eating. Smart birds. Even the raccoons have only been able to get to one of the feeders one time. Turkeys 5, Raccoons 1, heheh.
Don't get into too much mischief now Josh. (If you do, don't forget to tell me about it, lol!)
Love and winghugs,
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