Turkeys walk into Mountain View Middle School in Spokane Valley on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2006. The wild turkeys make a visit to the school almost every day.
Bloomsday Road Runners Club volunteer, Mary Jane Sullivan, waits for registrants early Thanksgiving morning prior to the start of the annual Turkey Trot at Manito Park.
Candy Weaver heads to the starting line at the annual Turkey Trot at Manito Park on Thanksgiving morning.
The Steele Turkey Farm on Moran Prairie.
Tommie Stobie, 6, play-acts with his axe in the Stobie turkey range.
Some of the 1400 turkeys at the W. W. Stobie farm, Route 3.
Martin the turkey strolls past the Heritage Funeral Home main entrance on Government Way in Spokane.
John Lee Strachan, grandson of a local turkey farm owner, poses with two large turkeys shortly before they were taken to market a few days before Thanksgiving in 1945.
Wild turkey tracks on a farm in northern Spokane County.
Wild turkeys become a nuisance to some rural landowners during winter - especially around livestock feeding operations such as the one pictured here in the foothills of Mount Spokane.
A turkey destined to become a centerpiece at the Ronald McDonald house waits for its feathers to be added by the second grade Moran Prairie class. School teacher, Alice Peterson, has established a tradition of remembering a former student by dedicating a holiday project to a local charity.
Annika Lucke writes a holiday card to go with her centerpiece turkey that will be given to the Ronald McDonald house in Spokane.
SpokAnimal officer, Shane Presley, tries to herd some wild turkeys from an residential area.
A wild turkey walks through the snow in Mica Flats.
Wild turkeys search for food in the deep winter snow along the foothills of Mount Spokane.