Who says turkeys can’t fly? Maybe the wing action is specific to the November need of the turkey to make itself scarce? They’re safe if they stay within the preserve, assuming the days of poachers at Radnor are a thing of the past.
I love last year’s picture of the turkey face-off. These were puffed up, strutting and gobbling, with their heads bobbing forward and back like, “King Tut, DA, da, DA, da, DA da, DA. Such funny birds.
Personally, I prefer Honey Baked Ham to turkey on Thanksgiving. We don’t see any pigs on our Radnor walks.