This morning while working in the office, I heard some noises upstairs in the Nature Center. It was gray, windy and still wet from last night's rain. I thought it odd that someone would be walking the trails. (Then again, I had already been walking the trails). I glanced out the window and didn't see any cars in the parking lot, so I continued tapping at the keyboard.
When I heard it again, it finally dawned on me. I grabbed the camera and snuck upstairs as quietly as possible. There were three hen turkeys pecking at their reflections in the glass doors. Though it is more common in spring, hens can get territorial. Often they will chase unfamiliar hens from their breeding territory, or a strutting tom. Today, it was probably more about feeding territories. It could have even been something as petty as, "why didn't you say Hi?"
Turkeys have unbelievable eyesight. Even as they looked at the reflections of themselves and the woods behind them, they were able to detect my movement inside the Nature Center. I snapped some photos (through the glass) quickly before they deicided something was amiss and exited.