Sporadic Musings about Birds and Birding on both Sides of the Atlantic
And refrain from saying you're eating Turkey on Thanksgiving, the Turks might take offence!
I think I'll stick with turkeys as a food item.
LOL!! What a thought Jochen. :)
Can I get a cute hat like that for our Michigan turkeys?
@John: I once actually ate a slice of White-tailed Eagle. We found a very, very fresh road kill that was still in good shape but the tail was missing (worthless as a mounted specimen) and of course bones were broken (no skeletton specimen) son aone of my friends decided to keep it - he was an avid collector of bird wings and feathers.When I came to visit him that evening by chance, he had just finished fried Eagle breast, so I tried a tiny bite.It was horrible. Incredibly tough and it tasted like old rancid fish oil.Anyway, I just meant to tell you that you have my support.@Joan: well, you know, you couldn't eat the national symbol, right? So I suppose it would make sense.@Wren: of course you can, just print the photo and cut it out (I specifically designed the image to be used for this).however, the hat is not a one-size-fits-all, so it might be okay to cut out ten hats and make a pair of gloves?
My family doesn't like turkey so they had chicken-I was veyr disappointed.nediaM norI
@Larry:I am currently a bit busy but will make a mental note to photoshop - er - photoGRAPH an American Chicken for next year's Thanksgiving. eluR llitS yehT
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