Tom Turkey: photo by Sheri Eby

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Joanne Snyder
Joanne Snyder is a north state artist and retired high school math teacher.
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2 Responses

  1. Steven Towers Steven Towers says:

    When I was young, seeing a turkey lek was a rare event—worthy of pulling over and watching for a longer look.

    Now they’re all over the place. In my neighborhood, turkeys occasionally get hit by cars during lekking season, and I frequently see a pair of Toms strutting on a narrow patch of grass in an industrial park.

  2. Avatar Beverly Stafford says:

    Great shot, Joanne. Beautiful creature.