Watch Out! Wild Turkeys on Long Island New York...Cold Spring Harbor New York

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Wild Turkeys in Cold Spring Harbor New York

 

Fresh turkey anyone?  After a Feng Shui consultation in Cold Spring Harbor Long Island NY Laura Cerrano of Feng Shui Manhattan New York and I came across a group of Wild Turkeys.  I have to say, they were very cute.  I'm also not at ALL sure I want to eat them at Thanksgiving anymoreAnimals in Feng Shui are pure FIRE Energy!

I would like to share a short History about our friendly Long Island Turkeys; well if you consider pecking your car friendly. During the 19th Century on Long Island, turkeys were hunted to near extinction. In 1992 a gentlemen by the name of Mark Lowery helped reintroduce turkeys back to Eastern Long Island NY. Today our fine feathered friends are thriving. If your looking for some really good tasting turkey, Laura and I suggest trying Zorn's in Bethpage Long Island NY..this is a Long Island Landmark that has been around since 1940.

 

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*Carole Provenzale has been a Certified Feng Shui Consultant since graduating from the Country's very first School for Feng Shui Studies that was licensed and accredited in 1997.  Carole provides on site Feng Shui Consultations on Long Island NY, Queens New York and New York City - NYC

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**Laura Cerrano is a Second Generation Certified Feng Shui Consultant who has trained with Feng Shui Long Island and Masters from across the Country including Shamans to incorporate Native American beliefs and Space Clearings into her Feng Shui Consulting Firm, Feng Shui Manhattan New York City NY.  After co-consulting on site for many years Laura began her own business in 2000 and has a strong client base in New York City.

 

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Laura Cerrano is a second-generation Certified New York City Feng Shui Consultant Expert. As a full-time Feng Shui consultant, Laura provides bicoastal consultations and workshops for residential, commercial, real estate developments, Fortune 500 companies and healing faculties. In addition, Laura is a resident teacher at the Metropolitan Institute of Design in Syosset, NY. She has been featured in highly respected publications and TV networks such as Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," PBS, CBC Television, BBC Radio and The New York Times. 

 

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Rainmaker
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Kathy Clulow
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Carole - amazing and folks thought it odd that we have them in town here in an agriculture based community

Mar 01, 2010 02:04 AM #8
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Jo-Anne Smith
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hi Carole,

Nice photo! We have wild turkeys here too however they are quite a bit darker. They're such curious looking creatures....

Jo

Mar 01, 2010 02:32 AM #9
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Michelle Minch
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Hi Carole: Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I don't think those are wild turkeys. They look more like Guinea Fowl. Very large ones, to be sure. And yes they are edible, if you are so inclined:o)

Mar 01, 2010 04:43 AM #10
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Laura Cerrano
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To all Thank You for your corrections our error.  While seeing these interesting animals we asked a patron on the street what they were....next time we'll do better research on our part, sorry about the confusion.  They are Guinea Fowls of Cold Spring Harbor, NY

Mar 01, 2010 07:11 AM #11
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Dan, they have "Guinea fowl crossing" signs ;)

Robert,Thank you, Laura tried to carefully get as close as she could to capture this photo.  Dedicated to her art, she was on her knees when taking this photo haha :)

Mar 01, 2010 07:18 AM #12
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Fred, oo they are, I guess the Guinea Fowls can be eatten for Thanksgiving dinner as well..poor guys.

Rita, oo they are more afraid of us, I would be haha.  Thats ok so do we :)

Bill, They must be pretty loud, do you feed them?

Jackie, Better make sure I dont find a cute picture of ham..It might be lasagna for you :)

 

Mar 01, 2010 07:48 AM #13
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JaneAnne,Turns out these are the Guinea Fowls of Long Island NY.  I would love to see a baby Guinea fowl, they are probably really fluffy.

Kathy,At fist I thought when coming across the Guinea Fowls, but it makes it that much more interesting...apparently they have Buffalo on Long Island! Laura and I are very excited to visit the farm.

Jo, Yes these are not turkeys they are Guinea Fowls...I still think they are cute :)

Mar 01, 2010 08:04 AM #14
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JaneAnne,Turns out these are the Guinea Fowls of Long Island NY.  I would love to see a baby Guinea fowl, they are probably really fluffy.

Kathy,At fist I thought when coming across the Guinea Fowls, but it makes it that much more interesting...apparently they have Buffalo on Long Island! Laura and I are very excited to visit the farm.

Jo, Yes these are not turkeys they are Guinea Fowls...I still think they are cute :)

Mar 01, 2010 08:04 AM #15
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Michelle, Thank you for the information so I could correct it.  I saw some images in Google of the cooked Guinea Fowl..it did look good :) 

Mar 01, 2010 08:07 AM #16
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Mary Yonkers
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Carole--I was about to say that these 'turkeys' look different than the ones in my back yard.  Then I read your corrections.  I have never seen Guinea Fowl so you have added to my knowledge.  Thanks--what we don't learn here in the Rain.

Mar 01, 2010 09:19 AM #17
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OK, first off, I've been to Cold Spring Harbor hundreds of times and I never saw any wild turkeys roaming the streets! How did you manage to see these guys?!!!

And, lastly, you are so right about Zorns! They are without question the best place for turkey or chicken!

Mar 01, 2010 11:42 AM #18
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oH mY !! Those are the biggest turkeys I've eveer seen ! Jim Purdue will be on his way to Long Island if he sees this blog !!!!!

Mar 01, 2010 01:04 PM #19
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My nickname in college was "Turkey," but that's a story for another day. Thought you might also like to know that I have approval for another Nature & Marketing contest; announcement coming later today.

Mar 01, 2010 07:11 PM #20
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Kathy Clulow
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Carole - Guinea Fowl and Wild Turkeys are both members of the same family .... "The guineafowl (sometimes called guineahen) are a family of birds in the Galliformes order" from Wikipedia .... as are wild turkeys

Mar 02, 2010 07:21 AM #21
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Deena Cottingham
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Wow, surprising photo!

Hearing about "Cold Spring Harbor" makes me totally think of one of Billy Joel's first albums, titled the same. It has remained one of my all time favs!

Mar 02, 2010 12:46 PM #22
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Regardless of which bird they are -- good photo and post -- !

Mar 02, 2010 04:44 PM #23
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Carole great shot.  Yesterday there was a whole flock in my front yard and I wanted to get a shot but they took off.

Mar 03, 2010 12:00 AM #24
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Mary, Yep a quick correction to set the record straight :)

Craig, Laura and I got out of the car to get a pick me up cup of coffie and wala! There were the little Guinea Fowls running around eating and pecking cars :)

Sheldon,LOL Jim might have to turn around unless he likes eating Guinea Fowls...could be a new product of sale.

Russel, Interesting, I would like to hear about that when you have time :)  I'll be sure to keep an eye out for other interesting creatures

Kathy, Thank you for the other information, good to know :) I am learning more about these animals each time.

Deena, Billy Joel is so great.  I wish I could have attended his ( think it was his last concert) at Shea stadium.

Bob and Carolin,Thank you, Laura is credited with this photo, she got to there level and pretty close I might say.

Jennifer, Thank you, Maybe next time, they can be quick when needed.

Mar 06, 2010 01:24 PM #25
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Celesta Funk
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Great Picture!  Living on a farm in PA I often get to see a scene like this.  Must take a picture and send to the group

Mar 06, 2010 11:29 PM #26
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If they make a really strange sound, they're guinea fowl.  I'm surprised they're just walking around like that.

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