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Turkeys

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A turkey is a large bird with a fleshy wattle hanging from the underside of its beak. It is also characterized by a lump called a snood, dangling from the top of its beak.
bush turkeys can only fly for a limited amount of time
This depends upon what the turkey is doing. Turkeys eat seeds and insects, which requires them to walk on the ground. However, if a predator threatens them, their main defense is to fly away.
Yes, turkeys have ribs.
Turkey vultures scavenge prey they can find already deceased and  survive by eating the carcass.
you blow into it and move your hand at the end
Yes they can eat turkey as long as it follows their basic rules of  keeping kosher. As with other kosher species of meat and poultry,  all blood must be drained from the turkey, or broiled out of it  before it is eaten.   Kosher species are listed in the Torah (Deuteronomy 14). Other  animals...
In Turkey the best places are in Istanbul which everybody almost knows about. It is a very pretty place. Lots of restaurant, nightlife, cafes, big hotels, and more. I cant explain it, you have to live it. :) The Bosphorus Bridge is beautiful and it is one of the important part of Istanbul and it is...
The best way to prepare a turkey for baking is to first of all,  remove all the giblets, including the neck. Many a new cook has  cooked their first turkey with the giblets inside and that really  fouls the bird. Then, brine it. To brine a turkey, you need a large  enough pot to hold the bird so...
This bird is found in forested areas of many parts of the United States and Mexico. The male weighs about 17 pounds (7.7 kg) and reaches a length of about 50 inches (1.3 m). The female is about 12 inches (30 cm) shorter. The plumage of the common turkey is dark with a green, bronze, and copper...
Germany has a total area of 357,021 km2 Turkey has a total area of 783,562 km2 So Turkey is almost twice as big as Germany.
I believe the following geometers were born in turkey; Thales of  Miletus (c. 630-c 550) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547)  Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. c. 546))    Miletus was a town in the area where today Turkey is. But it is  wrong to say that Anaximander was born in Turkey because we...
Turkey suffered hyper inflation at 2002, with many jobs being lost and the Turkish currency worth almost nothing.however the old currency was scarped replacing it with the new Turkish lira. so far the turksih liera is the equivalent of 1 lira = 0.89 dollar.
sort of a hot dog
Because the color of the car is RED.
About the size of a walnut.
Turkey eggs usually take 21 to 28 days to hatch depending on what they are incubated in like an incubator or by a hen. It also depends on how fertile it is and how it is cared for. It usually takes closer to 28 days.
30-31 minutesStart at 375Maintain at no less than 350
Definitely not, but using Classical mechanics you should be able to solve this question. Also, I imagine engineers in the field of fluid dynamics might be able to answer your question.
A chicken clucks and a turkey makes gobble sounds. It doesn't literally have gobbling sounds but it is close. The feathers of a turkey is longer than a chicken. Chickens can't fly, but turkeys can. Usually the wild turkeys can fly. Domesticated ones are to corpulent to fly.
they would most likely die because they dont know how to survive on their own. way to go you fail at life.
Turkeys that are domesticated don't mind humans, although, wild turkeys may be scared and do a sound called an alarm. The alarm sounds like high pitched putting and clucking. It warns the other turkeys in the area that there is danger.
If a wishbone breaks down the middle it can mean a few things. Some  people interpret this is equal luck for those who broke it.
A Jake is an immature male.They look much like hens,but are slimmer.In the winter,young of the year stay with their mothers in large flocks,roaming the winter woods in search of food.Adult males form gobbler flocks,and stay to themselves until spring,when mating season begins.
Because he thought that it was a noble bird.
when women in your country of birth were allowed to rote
For direct flights, about 10.5 to 11 hours flying time.
Umm, no. A duck is a duck.
It's possible, meaning you would have to have a good amount of space for both animals. Ducks love water, so if you have a pond or somewhere they could go play in that would be great. I currently have turkey's living with chickens and peacocks and they all get along great! Once they get their pecking...
The cloaca of a chicken is the opening on the rear of a bird where both the reproductive tract and the digestive tract empty. The cloacal kiss is the mating process of chickens, this is when both the male and female chicken must let their cloaca's touch so the male's semen is able to enter the...
That would depend just how close it is to Thanksgiving.
The scientific name for the wild turkey is the Meleagris gallopavo.The common name is the domesticated turkey. The turkey hasdifferent names in all different origins.
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If you are turning the eggs by hand you need to do odd numbers so that the embryo does not end up in the same place every night. So either 3 turns per day or 5 turns per day. 7 turns would be good but now you are opening the incubator to much and letting the heat and humidity out. So if you have the...
A group of turkeys is called a flock of turkeys.
Maybe if they found them dead outside. Otherwise no.
Coyote, bear, mountain lion, bob-cat, wolf, human and  vultures 
A baby turkey is called a poult
Clucks or cackling. This typically happens when hens are preparing  to lay an egg, between 9 am and 2 pm. Otherwise hens are fairly  quiet.
There should be about 100 pounds of turkey for 100 people. There  should be a pound of turkey for each person.
Nuts, berries, insects, corn, grains.
There should not be any pork in turkey chorizo. However, you should call the manufacturer to make sure that the casing is vegetarian or turkey...just to make sure.
There are over 125 mammals that are native to the country of  Turkey. These include the striped field mouse and the Indian  porcupine.
Turkey itself is a country and is not religious. Most of the people in Turkey, however, are religious, but not all of them.
The eggs will remain viable for up to 7 days in cool damp conditions. After that 7 day period the hatch rate will decrease by up to 20% per day
Pretty positive that Turkeys aren't purple.
with its legs
A turkey can jump 5 to 6 feet in the air.
A 10 pound turkey should cook for about 115 minutes. The turkey can  be cooked on a grill at 350 degrees.
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Yes. Eggs will not hatch or produce a baby if it isn't fertilized by a male turkey.
The ease at which turkey and chicken are digested is about the  same. It really only varies in people with allergies.
Place the thermometer tip in the thick part of the thigh away from the bone. The thigh area closest to the body of the turkey is the thickest part.
Chickens . Turkeys . Pheasants . Scrub turkeys (an Australian bird)
Ataturk created reforms that marked the changes between the old Ottoman and the new republican rule :)
unless the eggs were fertilized, they will not hatch.
Turkeys, like all other birds, are hatched from eggs.
About a year to a year and a half, the beard begins to spurt out and grow.
A 14.5 kg turkey should cook in the oven for about 6 hours. It is  important to check the temp when the turkey is done cooking.
Turkeys are thought to have very short memory spans. Many experts  think the bird's memory span is about 10 minutes
Not sure - i haven't got any turkeys. Check it out, click on the animal as if you were going to collect its something (what ever you get from turkeys).
The celebration of Thanksgiving will be incomplete without the legendary Turkey. The Turkey derives its name from the 'turk turk' sounds it makes when scared. The famous 'Turkey' adorns the table of every household as a main course during the celebration. The customary dinner is a reminder of the...
yes its well known for many things including music
Assuming you mean a plug to limit the magazine capacity of a shotgun, that will depend of the game laws of your state. Turkeys are not considered a migratory bird, so Federal law does not establish hunting rules for them- each state has their own rules. My home is in Virginia, and does require a...
There have been many earthquakes in Turkey that lasted for varied  periods. Most of the earthquakes have lasted for about 30 seconds  leaving so many fatalities and so much damage.
It actually appears that turkey hunting is sanctioned in forty-nine of the fifty state, Alaska being the only state left out. Apparently turkeys are not found in Alaska (but they are in Hawaii).. See the link below for links to each state for laws and licensing information.
  Wild turkeys are slim birds, capable of reproducing, finding food, finding shelter all on their own. Domestic meat turkeys can not breed on their own, and need to have food and shelter provided.
No. If you see any turkeys hanging upside down, and quite still, they are probably not sleeping.
turkey and olives....hahaha
they are different species
  The Pontic Mountains run East to West along the Northern border of Turkey.
When a turkey spreads its wings, it's called strutting.
Males are 46" tall with a wingspan of 64", females are smaller at 37" and a wingspan of 50"
No it does not it can be free to rom in the wild and u can freeze ure eggs but it's orrery dum u can just let them be cold but dont wash them
No. A heron and a turkey can not crossbreed
I would get a 12 gage shotgun to hunt turkeys. You can get 12 gage shotgun shells almost anywhere. It is the most popular size. If you get a 16 gage, you will have an extremely difficult time getting shells. A woman should get a 20 gage to hunt turkeys. It has less kick. A child should use 28 or 410...
You can typically leave out cooked turkey bacon for a few hours  without it spoiling. It should be covered with a napkin or paper  towel.
16 millions motor vehicle in turkey
The turkey eggs that I have are 3.1 to 3.4 oz each w/ shellThe jumbo turkey egg ( double yolks) weight 4.8 oz each w/ shell
Pheasants and turkeys can live together. In fact, it isn't uncommon  for pheasants and turkeys to be kept in the same location.