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Blond Gobbler

Uploaded by: spiritjoy

Monday January 21, 2013

Whitefish, MT (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Wild turkeys. Looks like a little albinism going on...

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4. spiritjoy
7:16 PM GMT on January 26, 2013
Very interesting! Thanks for the help! We have lots of wild turkeys around here, but they are generally not as shy as I would have expected. They're generally quite happy to come running for a handout!
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3. ChrisAnthemum
6:32 PM GMT on January 26, 2013
I think Shaz is right. Unless this is a crossbred or escaped hen, she could be classified as leucistic, which means an animal that is white, partly white, or much lighter than its normal color. Not an albino; they have pink eyes.

Nice shot of the wild turkeys; BTW; we have them here in NC too but I can never get close enough to shoot a worthwhile photo. Never seen one any color but very dark to black.
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2. Shaz4OR
7:03 AM GMT on January 26, 2013
A leucistic hen turkey! How EXCITING! Or maybe she is mixed with the Royal Palm breed. She is quite pretty whichever she is.
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1. backwardguy
2:51 AM GMT on January 26, 2013
Great catch. Interesting color.
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After my dear mother passed away in February of 2012, I sensed God had a new assignment for our family. So, in August of 2012 we moved from Mount Vernon, Washington, to Kalispell, Montana. What a delight to explore our new home! God's mercies and kindness and love truly are new every morning! Joyce

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