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Wild turkey

Taking a stroll behind the asparagus bed. (You can see some spears standing up at the bottom of the image.)

The turkey is sometimes called the earth eagle.  It has a long history of association with spirituality and the honoring of the Earth Mother.  It is a symbol of all the blessings that the Earth contains, along with the ability to use them to their greatest advantage.  The turkey can live to be twelve years old.  Twelve is a significant number in that the earth revolves around the sun in twelve months, reflecting a tie between the turkey and honoring the life cycle of the Earth.

~ Ted Andrews, Animal Speak

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