Turkeys eat seeds, grains, vegetables, and insects.
Trying to entice females and ward of other males, this Tom turkey is fully puffed out and his head engorged. Copy space to the left of bird in blurred forest.
Turkeys spend all of their awake time hunting for food.
Turkeys love to be stroked, petted, and cuddled. They will remember your face and if they like you, they will come up to you to greet you.
Turkeys sometimes die due to standing open-mouthed trying to drink rainwater falling from the sky.
Turkey was made a Christmas dinner staple by Henry VIII.
Turkeys, chickens and ducks in a field
In the absence of a male, female Turkeys are known to produce fertile eggs.
The vulture is one of the world’s most common scavengers. The vulture, often regarded as a nuisance, are an integral part of the ecosystem.
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