Saturday, April 22, 2023

I GUESS HE WAS JEALOIUS........

Did he have a  beard ?........the guy that shot the  turkey ...........Usually....... hunters have beards......... and camouflage ..........you know to look macho ......you know ...........how the  hunter  guy likes to spew out that macho image ......of  looking like a lumberjack ............i mean........... when do you see a  clean shaven....gelled haired .......... city boy hunting......no !!!!never .....i lived in Arkansas  ........so i know what hunters look like.... .....and they dress like that all the time!!!!!!......with the  boots and camouflage ......sometimes........ their  wife and kids.........and the whole family .( i have even seen a person with a camouflage housecoat drinking coffee on his porch .....that's a whole new  fucking level )......but hey!!!!!!!!.......dress like duck fucking dynasty !!!!!!!........i hate camouflage with a passion ..........it is really  annoying clothing ......because it  does not  camouflage well .......some guys take their camouflage seriously though !!!!!......and have bushes as camouflage ......fuck all that for a bird really!!!!!!.........mostly married too .......i mean why else   would you kill an innocent bird ......

I personally thinking  hunting is  cowardly ....it is not a sport ....it is one  sided  fucking game ...it is  called game........ not sport ......because if  animals fired back at you!!!!!.......you would not  hunt ...   it is one sided ........ cowardly men do it ( or they are thinking they are shooting their wives ) .....becasue they hate marriage ................they would not  go hunting if  animals could shoot back  .....that's a fact ,......that's  why humans do not hunt humans .....and that is  illegal of  course ...... but......... i personally think this guy was  jealous of the  the turkey's beard .....simple case....of macho jealousy ......nothing else ......anyways ......... you know i had to insult on this blog .......this  just shows the disrespect for animal life ......,,,,,,i hate Tennessee....apart form Nashville  .....which is ....great place  ....that's the only great apart .....that and the road out of there .......


Rare turkey shot on opening day of the Tennessee season. See the ‘bird of a lifetime’

On opening day of the Tennessee spring turkey hunting season, Cameron Freshour went into the woods of Greene County.

Just a short time later, he had bagged a turkey. But, it wasn’t just any gobbler.

This turkey had seven beards.

“We sat there and hugged and laughed and celebrated with our second (turkey) of the day. But to our surprise, there was something different about this bird. He had more than one beard. We started examining him and said, ‘Oh he has two beards, oh wait actually three, no four.’ He ended up having seven beards in total,” Freshour told WJHL.

Fewer than 10 percent of turkeys have more than one beard, the agency said.
Fewer than 10 percent of turkeys have more than one beard, the agency said.

“Multiple bearded turkeys are uncommon, with estimates suggesting less than 10 (percent) of gobblers have more than one beard,” the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said in an April 19 Facebook post.

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Freshour’s turkey weighed 18.5 pounds and had more than “46 total inches of beard,” the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said.

The agency said that although it doesn’t keep records of turkey beard length, the National Wildlife Turkey Federation has a crowdsourced database that does.

According to the database, the most beards on a turkey is 13, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said.

Freshour told WJHL that the experience was a “pinch-me” moment. He said he works as a taxidermist in east Tennessee and will mount the bird himself to commemorate the hunt.

“Bird of a lifetime!” one commenter said on the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency post.

“What a bird! Congratulations young man! Great way to spend your time! Enjoy that meat! And displaying those beards! You’ll tell this story to your grandkids!” another said.

“Opening day in Tennessee was one to remember for 2023,” Freshour told WJHL.

The Tennessee spring turkey hunting season runs from April 15 to May 28.

Greene County is about 250 miles east of Nashville.

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