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    fun! love that turkey.

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    Thanks Wayne. He is a handsome chap!

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    The turkey is great. But i prefer the young ducks...
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    I agree

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    Love Lamb and Turkey. Havent seen a turkey like that in years.
    Nice set of fun pix.
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    Thanks

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    Love the one duckling that seems to be sending a stern message to the photog.

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    Dale, he did seem none too pleased with the camera pointed at him!

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    Hi Simon,

    I really like the Turkey shot.

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    Thanks Ed. I often wonder what factors in the evolution of the turkey caused the skin to form as it has down from the face. What purpose does it serve I wonder?

    Simon

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