Although it would be odd for a turkey to be in your area, I'm 99.9% sure its a turkey feather.The one I found is more pointed on the feather tip.
i agree with JB looks like turkey to me i see them almost every day on the ROW.Although it would be odd for a turkey to be in your area, I'm 99.9% sure its a turkey feather.
Don't judge it too much by the shape. Feather shape can depend on which part of the wing the feather came from, as well as the general uniqueness of the individual turkey.
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Here's my variety of turkey feathers. Most birds are protected which makes possessing their feathers illegal, but since turkeys are game birds, it's legal to keep them.
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lol No no boat row. equals Right Of Way. gas line water or transmission Right of way .
We had one on our motor home, left it alone until winter (we were not using the motorhome right then) Had the least yellow jackets that summer. We always have yellow jacket issues with our bee hives. They can kill a hive off if it even a bit weak.
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