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The magnificence of an American Wild Turkey in full posture.

Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) seen showing along highway Montana. Personally, I think Ben Franklin was right to propose the wild turkey as the United States' national bird.

Save those feathers! Saw sooo many turkeys hunting in Show Low this weekend. Probably just as many as squirrels!

Save those feathers! Saw sooo many turkeys hunting in Show Low this weekend. Probably just as many as squirrels. Who could kill these beautiful creatures.

Wild Turkey in the snow.

Wildlife Directory: Eastern Wild Turkey — Living with Wildlife — University of Illinois Extension

Wild Turkey  I never knew how pretty they were until I saw one up close. Feathers are very irridescent.

Wild Turkey I never knew how pretty they were until I saw one up close. Feathers are very irridescent.

What Is a Turkey Slam? [PICS] - Wide Open Spaces

What Is a Turkey Slam? [PICS]

In Cynthie Fisher's print SPRING STRUT, the turkeys are performing their annual mating ritual, fluffing and fanning their tail feathers to attract a female. Definitely one of the best wildlife turkey

Cynthie Fisher Spring Strut

Wildlife Art by Cynthie Fisher - Wildlife Artist. Art dipicting nature, wild animals, big cats, birds of prey, waterfowl.

To attract and retain wild turkeys, landowners should promote the growth of their favored food sources.     Besides the critical acorn-producing oak, other plant species that are favorable for turkey habitat include:   •Beech (Beechnuts are an alternate food source when acorn supplies are low.)   •Hickory (As with beechnuts, hickory nuts are an alternate winter food source.)   •Dogwood   •Wild cherry   •Grapes   •Berries

To attract and retain wild turkeys, landowners should promote the growth of their favored food sources. Besides the critical acorn-producing oak, other plant species that are favorable for turkey habitat include:

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