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GOBBLING UP SUNSHINE ...

April 13, 2011

A rafter of wild turkeys strolls through an open pasture along County Road 200 East, just north of U.S. 224.
Photo Credit
J Swygart

Springlike temperatures of late in Adams County have brought various wildlife out of their winter seclusion and into full view. A rafter of wild turkeys (the term for a group of the large upland game birds) strolls through an open pasture along County Road 200 East, just north of U.S. 224, over the weekend of April 9-10. Judging by increased sightings of the birds, the county's turkey population appears to be on the rise.

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