Turkeys not sticking around for Thanksgiving

A turkey takes off.
Dave Small
A turkey takes off.
Posted Nov. 22, 2011, at 9:48 a.m.
Turkeys on the ground.
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Turkeys on the ground.
Turkey on the wing.
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Turkey on the wing.
Turkeys practicing for the Thanksgiving Day parade.
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Turkeys practicing for the Thanksgiving Day parade.
A horned grebe joins the fishing expedition.
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A horned grebe joins the fishing expedition.
A coot swims in Essex Street Marsh.
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A coot swims in Essex Street Marsh.
A black guillemot swims near the rocks.
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A black guillemot swims near the rocks.
A bird nest sits in a tree that has lost its leaves.
Dave Small
A bird nest sits in a tree that has lost its leaves.

Happy Thanksgiving.

These turkeys are bringing you a happy Thanksgiving greeting, but not sticking around to see what’s on the menu!

A pollock fishing outing to Lincolnville produced an over abundance of catch-and-release harbor pollock and a nice six-fish creel limit. The black guillemot and horned grebe swam around to check out the action and were caught on camera. Sunday morning, just before the rain, I was surprised to see several coots still swimming around in Essex Street Marsh.

Have a great week friends, and best wishes for a happy holiday from Deb and I.

 

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