Friday, September 30, 2011

Fall Turkeys

While not as glamorous as in the spring when they're strutting their stuff, fall turkeys are still fun to watch as they move about searching for food. I don't generally turkey hunt in the fall because I'm too busy with deer season, but we always see a lot of them from our stands. In fact, if we want to see turkeys, we just go deer hunting - it works every time.









Check out my waterfowl impersonation....


Going....
Going....
Going....
Gone.

6 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

too funny. are these from your deer stand? they're still really pretty.

Samantha said...

The very first time I went deer hunting I saw 17 turkeys and..0 deer.

Smart birds, and fun to watch.

Joe said...

GREAT shots. I know what you mean about going deer hunting to see turkeys....I have the same problem ;)

Dawn said...

Haha! Love it. These are great...and I never thought I would say this- but those guys are really very pretty:)

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Looks exactly like my evil tom turkey. What are you feedin' these guys up there, Brian? They are huge. :)

LB @ Bullets And Biscuits said...

Yup, that's about all I've been seeing this deer season so far :(