I have not posted any trailcam pictures lately, here are some pictures of the wild turkey that live around our home on the mountain! I love my trail cameras, they are a lot of fun!
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33 thoughts on “Trailcam Wild Turkey”
awesome! i’d love to spot wild turkeys around here. 🙂
They are all around us, see them about everyday! It’s a nice thing! They are protect here, no one is allowed to kill them, $500 fine for the first one and $1000 for each after that!
Look at all those turkeys, wow. The trail cam is a great idea. I’ve heard wild turkeys are mean, is that true? So nice seeing nature shots. Love the board, you know I’m a fan.
The trailcam is a lot of fun, I never know what pics I will have! Yes, the wild turkey can be mean! 🙂
Love those wild turkeys! 🙂
Hi Cathy, thank you.. we have a lot of them here! 🙂
The turkeys now know the coast is clear 🙂
Love these pics—
We’ve got family here all week–otherwise I would have e-mailed with update regarding the boards—instead I’m chef cook and bottle wahser—I heard Abby’s folks loved the birdhouse but want to keep it inside for decoration–Brenton and Abby are still at her folks visiting—the honey whips have been a huge success. One board is set to travel to Italy to some friends in Florence–I know they’ll be so excited to receive it!!
Talk with you soon —Hugs and love—Julie
I understand, having family at the house more than a day or so can be some work! Even when my kids come home for a day or two I feel like I am the maid, cook, bottle washer but more like a maid!!
I am so glad they liked the bluebird house and that the honey sticks went over good! Makes be happy to know people are enjoying my work! Italy, wow, that will be the first time a piece of my work left North America! I have a few pieces in Canada. Please let me know how they like the board, would be great to get pics back from them with the board in their kitchen!!
Enjoy your self, try not to work so much! Big hugs! Michael 🙂
I was just wondering the other day when you would be posting more trailcam photos. 🙂 The turkeys were obviously not concerned about Thanksgiving at this point! We saw turkey in the same field as the elk at Oconaluftee, after the elk had moved on.
Hi Lindy,.. wish I had know you were in our area visiting!! The elk are fun to see! 🙂 as well as the turkey!
Great photos! I used one of your boards in my post today 😉 best wishes, WG
Thank you, I saw you post just minutes ago, I wish I could make bread like you do!! 🙂 Looks delicious!
That’s quite a flock!
Gobble Gobble! Thanks for sharing. Wild turkeys are beautiful!
I’ve seen so many turkeys this year. I love seeing them and other wild life on my walks.
That’s good, it seems the wild turkey might be coming back. I love seeing them! 🙂
Those turkeys look…delicious! 😉 Cheers, Ben
Hi Benjamin! I agree but it is against the law to kill them in our area! Happy New Year!
Wild turkeys are so entertaining, all legs and neck! Beautiful shots!
thank you Elisa!!
What a fun way to enjoy the wildlife and not spook them. Great shots of the wild turkeys.
how interesting 🙂 I have actually never seen a turkey in the wild before. We don’t have them here in Singapore. Nice to ee them virtually 🙂
Hi Pallavi!! Congratulations to you, a new baby boy!! Yea!! 🙂 I know you are very happy, can’t wait to see pictures! We have a lot of wild turkey living in the forest area us, see them about every day!
Great shots. But what’s a trailcam?
Hi Cynthia, thank you. A trailcam is a camera deice that you can mount to a tree and set-up to take pictures. Pictures are taken when the trailcam senses motion. Pictures are taken during the day and at night using infrared technology. Here is a link to the trailcam that I have so you can see picture of it. http://www.trailcampro.com/reconyxhc600review.aspx They are a lot of fun, especially for us since we live on a mountain in the Blue Ridge mountains, very secluded with a lot of wildlife. They can also be used for security purposes. I have four of these all around our property, often I also get black bear, bobcats, deer, etc..
Nice shots of the wild turkeys!
thank you Beth!
Beautiful turkeys and exquisite woodcraft.
HI Pam, thank you so much! We have a lot of turkeys that live in our area. Today I saw 40-50 turkeys when driving along our driveway. It’s fun to see them! 🙂
That is fantastic!!! You have us beat – we have about 30 showing up in our yard. The males have started to fan their tails. They are very shy about it – I think I’ll have to hope to get lucky with the wildlife cam capturing it for me. I really like the turkeys a lot!
Right now it seems we have more males than ever, no tails yet. I see one male from time to time that must be a little older that has a beard that nearly touched the ground!
Oh that’s neat! Ours have beards about half way down. I’ve noticed their heads turning a darker blue and wattles a brighter red. They shake their feathers and prance in a circle, while the female decidedly ignores him nearby. And he’s working so hard!
The males here do the same thing and the females ignore them too! 🙂