I’m not a bird expert, but the most basic bird survival tips I can offer are the ones I learned from my dad.
So, for the last five years I’ve been using a turkey disguise.
I make it as simple as possible, and I’ve never been happier.
It’s been the easiest, most cost-effective way to protect your family, friends and pets from avian influenza and keep them healthy.
In the past, I’ve made them from a cardboard box, and they’ve proven to be more effective than plastic ones.
This year I’m making them from my own turkeys, and it’s been an absolute joy to make and share with you.
The basic plan: First, I cut a square-inch piece of wood into the shape of a turkey mask.
If you’re using a metal mask, cut it to the same size.
You’ll need to be careful with your mask.
It needs to be made from a metal object with a diameter of at least 2.5 inches.
For this project, I used a piece of aluminum foil.
Use it as a guide, or it’ll float to the surface when the turkeys come inside.
Use a sharp knife to cut the foil to size.
For a small turkey, I like to use a flat-head screwdriver, but you can also use a pair of pliers to make the cut.
You can also cut the mask piece to fit inside a small bowl or bowl of ice water.
Once the mask is cut, place it on the floor in a square shape.
The goal is to make sure that the mask fits snugly against the turkey’s neck.
Once you’ve made it this way, carefully put it on your turkeys and gently hold them together with your fingers.
If the mask doesn’t fit snugly, you may have to adjust the mask so it can sit on the bird’s neck without slipping.
You should see your turkey’s neck sticking out of the mask when the bird comes in.
Repeat this process for as many masks as you need.
After you’ve filled the mask with water, place the turks head inside.
Now it’s time to cover the mask.
I used aluminum foil, but I usually just use plastic or a piece a little bigger.
If it’s too big, you’ll need some kind of tape to secure it to your turks neck.
Next, I taped a piece to the inside of the turk mask, just above the neck.
If your turkey has a really big neck, you can put a small piece of plastic underneath.
If not, you should be able to find a piece that fits snug.
I like my mask to be completely flat on the ground, and just like a baby bird, I don’t want the bird getting too warm when I put it in.
Place the mask over your turk’s neck, and let it sit there for 10 to 15 minutes.
After 10 to 30 minutes, you will notice that the turkey’s feathers are getting a little bit lighter and your turkish will begin to sweat.
Once your turkey is fully warmed up, put your mask on and start to gently lift it off.
The mask will stick to your bird’s skin, so you may want to take a couple of small, clean towels and a cotton swab to remove the mask from your turking.
If this doesn’t work, you have to make an adjustment in the mask to keep it in place.
Once it’s completely out, you want to wipe off the mask and apply a small amount of water on the mask, so it doesn’t get sticky.
This should take about five minutes.
Once all of the water has dried, you’re ready to go to work.
Put the mask on a cloth and place it in a warm spot to dry overnight.
The next morning, take a large piece of paper towels and lay it on top of your mask and lightly rub the surface of the cloth.
When the cloth starts to dry, the mask should be completely dry.
The trick to making a mask is that it needs to have a bit of space to breathe.
You want your mask to fit snug so that it doesn to slip off when you come in.
If I had a mask that fit snug, I’d have to cut a piece from it and use that to make my own.
You could make your mask as big as you like, but for the most part, I find that a smaller mask fits better.
The second step is to add a little extra padding to the mask as it dries.
I use a piece I made for my turkeys.
It has a small hole drilled in the center to allow air to escape.
This hole is called a mouth opening.
I cut this hole in the middle of the top of the helmet and taped a small strip of tape on the inside.
I then cut a small slit in the top so that the tape would come out easily.
Then, I made a small