Thanks Rosy for hosting this event.
We have some new kids in town . . . .
The baby turkeys. We have seen them in our yard. We are not allowed to chase them.
Now for more of Lady's obsession.
your lady has a wonderful way to keep the summer around your house.... we love the little berds... really we do ;O)
And those turkeys look so chase-able...Toodle pip!Bertie.PS Gail says my comment is not in the spirit of Nature Friday and I am in danger of being cancelled.
BOL to Bertie's comment. What an adorable gobble gobble family and the SUNFLOWERS. I do believe you are a sunflower whisperer.Happy Weekend Hugs Cecilia
Lee and Phod, those flowers make you look tiny....and I know you're not! Lady is having great flower success!
Do sunflowers just get more spectacular every time I see them! And I'm so glad that the two of you each has a door all here on this are out of. I don't see any wild working going on at the visitors in the yard. Are you lining up one to fatten up for Christmas dinner?
Those baby turkeys are cute. The sunflowers are so beautiful and super tall!
We normally see turkey families along our walk but we haven't yet. They're so cute and their poo is so much fun to roll in. Is there anything more cheerful than a sunflower?!
Sunflowers are our favorite! In fact, I really like dressing up as them!I wonder if the turkeys will stick around until Thanksgiving??? Yum!xoxo,Rosy and the Gang
Nice neighbors! Your mum's latest obsession is so cheerful and happy. 🌻
It must be turkey season. We have a pair of them hanging around our yard.
You have a lot of gorgeous nature at your house, frens. The no-chasing-rule is probably a good idea for the turkey babies. They're cute!Love and licks,Cupcake
Wow! A whole family of turkeys! I know we have some wild turkeys here in WNY, but we rarely see them. We're glad the Evil Squirrel Cartel didn't eat up your beautiful sunflowers like they do here. Grrrrrr!
Those are pretty sunflowers.Coffee is on and stay safe
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