Here too. Ed hunts every season, turkey and deer. He is a bow hunter. We have quite a few deer killed on the highways year-round. It is so sad. I read a Dear Abbey column once from a husband who took his wife turkey hunting after going only with his friends for years. He outfitted her with clothes and gun. She got up early, was excited to go, etc. They put her in a blind and went to their blinds. After sitting there for a couple hours, a large flock came into view, with everyone waiting for the right time to shoot. All of a sudden, the wife jumped up and started waving her arms, yelling: RUN TURKEYS RUN!!!! I laughed so hard when I read that! Sounds like something I would do! Janni At 04:16 PM 3/11/03 -0600, you wrote: >My husband and son are hunters. Although they hunt in season it is still >cause for looking and grazing the ditch. We have to watch out for accidents >when they see deer, wild turkeys, coyotes oh yes and JD's in the fields. > >Ranchmama >Okie zone 7a >***************************** >----- Original Message ----- >From: "Billie" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > > > > > That sounds fabulous! We almost had an accident one time when my > > husband spotted a flock of wild turkeys in the mountains of NC - come > > to think of it that happened another time too, but at the coast when > > we spotted a bunch of snowy egrets nesting in a weeping willow by an > > inlet.