(David Dudeck photo)

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David Dudeck of Trail took a photo of this majestic tom showing off to his female counterpart, saying “The wild turkeys visited Sunningdale this weekend strutting down our street, and occasionally coming up driveways so people could get a good look at the show. Very nice of them!”

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Lynn Gould was woken up to the sounds of gobble gobble on Sunday, so she looked out her window and spotted a rafter of wild turkeys in her Sunningdale back yard. “It was so neat watching them for about 30 minutes then they went over the fence, crossed the park and disappeared in the trees,” she said. “To hide from the coyotes who come later in the day to sun bathe.” (Lynn Gould photo)

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