I decided not to continue on Hellhole Road and turned north to higher ground. Further along, a covey of fledgling
Bobwhite Quail burst from the roadside. There may have been an adult in the group but all I could discriminate was
the fuzzy feathers of fledglings. As the quail flew away, a hen Turkey flapped and clucked in a noisy retreat. A
good sign that she had poults nearby. I joked that the quail and turkey were interbreeding. Ethan immediately said
they must be "Turkey Whites."
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