Going wild

A pair of Rio Grande subspecies wild turkeys hold a mating-season stare down. The National Wild Turkey Federation estimates there are 5,000 Rio Grande turkeys in Colorado, mostly in eastern and southeastern Colorado with few scattered along the Colorado River near Utah.



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A pair of Rio Grande subspecies wild turkeys hold a mating-season stare down. The National Wild Turkey Federation estimates there are 5,000 Rio Grande turkeys in Colorado, mostly in eastern and southeastern Colorado with few scattered along the Colorado River near Utah.

As we slide into the Thanksgiving holiday, let’s offer a shout-out to the wild turkey, a bird as much a survivor as the most indomitable Mayflower Pilgrim, and today certainly more…




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