Several flocks of turkeys forage and roost on our cemetery grounds and the nearby environs. Turkeys are very wary birds and rarely let you get close. In the autumn, however, the “Toms” become a little less wary, preening their tail feathers, displaying their tail fans, and strutting. A few hens usually provide an appreciative audience. The birds below were photographed on the roadway in cemetery Section 0 (zero), which is adjacent to a woodlot.