Morven Park’s Turkeys

Turkeys pardoned during Sept. 25, 2015, ceremonies at the White House and on Wall Street explore their new home on Morven Park's Turkey Hill.
Turkeys pardoned during Sept. 25, 2015, ceremonies at the White House and on Wall Street explore their new home on Morven Park’s Turkey Hill.
Franklin is a bronze turkey, similar to those raised by Gov. Westmoreland Davis on his Morven Park estate near Leesburg. At the time of Davis' death in 1942, he was the largest turkey producer in the United States.
Franklin is a bronze turkey, similar to those raised by Gov. Westmoreland Davis on his Morven Park estate near Leesburg. At the time of Davis’ death in 1942, he was the largest turkey producer in the United States.
Pardoned White House turkey Abe, right, with other members of the growing flock at Morven Park.
Pardoned White House turkey Abe, right, with other members of the growing flock at Morven Park.
Franklin is a bronze turkey, similar to those raised by Gov. Westmoreland Davis on his Morven Park estate near Leesburg. At the time of Davis' death in 1942, he was the largest turkey producer in the United States.
Franklin is a bronze turkey, similar to those raised by Gov. Westmoreland Davis on his Morven Park estate near Leesburg. At the time of Davis’ death in 1942, he was the largest turkey producer in the United States.
Abe, the 2015 National Turkey, is shown at his new home in Morven Park in Loudoun County following the traditional pardoning ceremony by President Barack Obama. (Photo by Norman K. Styer/Loudoun Now)
Abe, the 2015 National Turkey, is shown at his new home in Morven Park in Loudoun County following the traditional pardoning ceremony by President Barack Obama. (Photo by Norman K. Styer/Loudoun Now)
Franklin is a bronze turkey, similar to those raised by Gov. Westmoreland Davis on his Morven Park estate near Leesburg. At the time of Davis' death in 1942, he was the largest turkey producer in the United States. (Photo by Norman K. Styer/Loudoun Now)
Franklin is a bronze turkey, similar to those raised by Gov. Westmoreland Davis on his Morven Park estate near Leesburg. At the time of Davis’ death in 1942, he was the largest turkey producer in the United States. (Photo by Norman K. Styer/Loudoun Now)
Pardoned 2015 White House turkey Abe, right, with other members of the growing flock at Morven Park. (Photo by Norman K. Styer/Loudoun Now)
Pardoned 2015 White House turkey Abe, right, with other members of the growing flock at Morven Park. (Photo by Norman K. Styer/Loudoun Now)

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