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Turkeys are classed in the order Galliformes. Formerly they were considered a distinct family, Meleagrididae, but more recently were reclassified as a subfamily (Meleagridinae) of the pheasants and their allies.[1] Turkeys have a distinctive fleshy caruncle that hangs from the beak, called a snood. As with many galliform species, the female is smaller than the male, and much less colorful. With wingspans of 1.5–1.8 meters (almost 6 feet), the turkeys are by far the largest birds in the open forests in which they live, and are rarely mistaken for any other species. The usual lifespan for a turkey is 10 years.

Sunday, June 24

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Friday, June 22

"Light, then, .... is indeed a wonderful instrument ..." - Mark Rothko

Thursday, June 21


One should be light like a bird
and not like a feather

Paul Valery

Wednesday, June 20

more light, more light


Tuesday, June 19

Angels fly because they take themselves lightly

G K Chesterton

Monday, June 18

Grace, honor, praise and light
Are here our sole delight
Of them we make our song
Our limb are sound and strong
This blessing fills us quite
Grace, honor,praise and light


Sunday, June 17

Saturday, June 16

“There’s a tree walking around in the rain, / it rushes past us in the pouring grey. / It has an errand. It gathers life / out of the rain like a blackbird in an orchard” (from “The Tree and the Sky”).

Emily Dickinson

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