The kids brought books to read and their own paper for drawing. Adin read about World War II and then drew some battleships and airplanes. Erik read for a while on his own and then joined us. By that point, the kids were starting to get rambunctious and I didn't want to disturb the artists, so we left the more populated area and went up the hill to where there are bird and squirrel feeders.
As soon as we entered that area, three adolescent turkeys joined us!
They walked around, not particularly bothered by our presence. They just stayed a couple minutes, left, walked around on the path, into the woods, and came back again. After they left the first time, Erik was excited to find a large tail feather on the ground. Adin looked and found a softer feather. We enjoyed looking at these.