I bet the pheasant didn't stay long - lol
That is one big pheasant, I love the look on its face.Catherine
Spring is in Florida. Come on down! It's very lovely.
NO snow to be seen here now. Sending warm sun-shiny thoughts your way!
I'm not sure you'll be seeing him again after he sees his welcoming committee!I've yet to see one of these big guys.
Ma... isn't that a turkey? A decent tom by the looks of his beard! We have pheasants at my house... they're actually a much smaller bird than a turkey. My cat stalked a pheasant... and I just shook my head "cat, you don't want to tackle that!" lol... isn't it fun to see the wildlife though?
I used to work next to a pheasant farm when I lived in Wisconsin. Occasionally, I would see them cross the road. And the occasional wild turkey as well. I miss that drive to work, it was very scenic.
BTW, did you see the pics of my itty-bitty addition who was born on Tuesday?
LOL... :)Kim...We thought at first that it was a wild turkey, but then it flew into the tree, and we thought that turkeys couldn't fly...but you know better...so now we are curious, do they fly?Hugs
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