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- The turkey was Benjamin Franklin’s choice for national bird, finding it to be “a bird of courage.”
- Wild turkeys forage on the forest floor for nuts, berries and bugs during the day, but take to the treetops to roost at night.
- With a fleshy red waddle on his neck, and a fleshy mass called a snood on his beak, a tom (male) turkey struts for females.
- Wild turkey populations are at a high now with the success of careful habitat management and wildlife restoration programs.