These Wild Turkeys are headed in the right direction.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
About Wild Turkeys:
* Wild Turkeys populations were once in decline but turkeys were reintroduced and have recovered and now Wild Turkeys occur in every state (but not Alaska) and in parts of Canada.
* Wild Turkeys live in forests and eat berries, buds, seeds, insects and nuts, especially acorns. They can scratch the ground to find food. They may come to bird seed under feeders.
* Wild Turkeys roam together in flocks in search of food. You may see them along roadsides and in fields and crossing roads.
* In spring, male turkeys perform courtship displays in fields. They fan their tails, puff up and strut and give their familiar gobbling calls. The female raises the young chicks, who can follow the female after hatching and soon can find food on their own. Females and young form into groups and roam together.