I was out taking photos since my time is limited on my computer. I noticed on the other side of the fence something in the grass. There used to be a dairy farm behind the house but unfortunately it has been sold and houses are going up very quickly. Not good but you either accept it or move. Not ready to move. Anyway, back to the visitor. The closer I got I realized it was female turkey. Just one, by herself. You usually see a male and several females. But maybe she was lost, thinking what is this, there used to be a field here.
Wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo) live in woods in parts of North America and are the largest game birds found in this part of the world. They spend their days foraging for food like acorns, seeds, small insects and wild berries. They spend their nights in low branches of trees (yes, wild turkeys can fly!). I found it a little odd she was not traveling in her flock as she used to do. Maybe there will be more to see. I will keep looking. You never know what you might see out in nature. Keep your camera with you all the time.