Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Wild Turkeys, March 17, 2021

Wild Bird Wednesday and My Corner of the World

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Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, March 11, 2021
Wild Turkeys, Meleagris gallopavo, are large game birds native to North America.

They are ground foragers, eating acorns, seeds, berries, and small insects. When startled they run or fly, and they can swim if necessary.

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  1. And this is one species that has done well, and bucks the trend of huge declines in many populations.

  2. There must be a hunting season. They are quite big.

  3. I've never seen one but had heard there was one in the neighbourhood a couple of summers ago. I was never able to track it down!

  4. Strutting around like they own the place.

  5. Hello,
    Great sighting of the turkeys. I never seen them around here, maybe once.
    Take care, enjoy your day!

  6. I like seeing the wild Turkeys here too

  7. Turkeys are fun to see. They rarely let me get close though.

  8. We also have wild turkeys, but they are seldom seen.

  9. I see wild turkeys a lot when we are out driving back roads. I did not know they could swim.

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