Wild turkeys are common rural wildlife in many parts of the country. Wild turkey pictures show these favorite American holiday birds at their best...
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Take a walk in the woods on a fall country morning and you are quite likely to see a flock of wild turkeys. If you're lucky enough to live in the country, you may be able to just look out your window and see wild turkeys crossing the yard.
The wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) is the largest game bird in North America. It is found in wooded areas across the United States.
The turkey is one of the most popular birds for the American people because it is traditionally included in holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Wild turkeys and domestic farm turkeys are both of the same family. Our farmyard turkeys are just domesticated wild turkeys! However, the domestic turkey has been interbred to be much larger.
Unlike domestic turkeys, wild turkeys can fly; although not for long
distances. Usually it's just far enough to escape an enemy. At night wild
turkeys fly up to roost in the lower branches of trees.
Turkeys forage in the woods or open grassy areas for food like acorns, nuts and seeds, wild berries, and insects. Keep reading to see some great pictures of wild turkeys.
What funny noises a turkey makes! Only the tom turkey actually gobbles. The hen makes clucking noises. A wild turkey's gobble can be heard up to a mile away.
Pictures of turkeys are fun for old and young alike! Keep on reading to see
some great pictures of turkeys in the wild. And don't forget to share your
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Wild Turkey Flock
A group of wild turkeys crosses an autumn field.
Wild Turkey at Daybreak
A wild turkey foraging in an open field just before sunrise.
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Strutting Male Turkey
This wild tom turkey gobbler proudly struts; his impressive plumage fully extended.
Wild Turkey Family
This wild turkey hen feeds with her cute young chicks in a grassy
field in Iowa, the US Midwest.
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Wild Turkey Pictures
Two Wild Turkeys (Meleagris Gallopavo) foraging for food in a grassy field.
Wild Turkey Silhouette
Here is a striking silhouette of a wild turkey under
low-hanging tree branches.
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Pet Turkey Pictures
In the spring I purchased 5 baby turkey's. I took care of them fed them, and kept them warm with a heating lamp, however 3 out of the five became lame …
fantastic turkey photos
Six Toms battled for 2 hours and this Tom was the winner.
Turkey picture shot from my bedroom window...
Woke up Sunday morning (11/22/2009) and saw nine turkeys. A few minutes later, Tom decided to strut his stuff.
The Turkey Whisperer
This is Wade, and our nickname for him is The Turkey Whisperer. Last year, my boyfriend and I (Wade) bought 15 Wild Turkeys from Dirt Willy farm in …
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