No, wild turkeys do not mate for life. Turkeys travel in same sex flocks. During the breeding season, March and April, one male will find a flock of females and mate with several of the female turkeys from the flock.
Reg. turkeys are nicer. Wild turkeys are crazy. Turkeys are farm raised and wild turkeys roam in the wild.
They are called wild turkeys because they are wild and roam in the wild
Wild turkeys are edible assuming you are not concerned about the possibility of their carrying pathogens. In some municipalities wild life is protected by law and you may not be permitted to capture them
A rafter of wild turkeys.
Yes, but ducks mate with ducks and turkeys mate with turkeys. In rare cases, a turkey may hatch from an unfertilized egg, a process called parthenogenesis.
Wild turkeys can live up to 10 years of age.Wild turkeys can live up to 10 years of age.Wild turkeys can live up to 10 years of age.Wild turkeys can live up to 10 years of age.Wild turkeys can live up to 10 years of age.Wild turkeys can live up to 10 years of age.
turkeys mate when tehy feel like ahving an egg come out of thier vaginas.
*wild turkeys live in forests and clearings.
wild turkeys are not but some other turkeys are
Wild turkeys do not weigh more than domestic turkeys on average. Wild turkeys move around a lot looking for food, domestic turkeys don't have to, causing them to get heavier.
The state of the Hawaii has no wild turkeys. All other 49 states have wild turkeys that native to the area.
There are no wild turkeys in Alaska because the environment does not support them. These turkeys cannot stand the cold.
Male turkeys try to find an entire flock of females to mate with. To attract the females, he will strut, fan out his tail, and gobble. If attracted, he'll mate with several females.
I know all about wild turkeys, if it is raining turkeys will either ignore it or roost in their tree.
Wild turkeys can fly, unlike domesticated ones. Wild turkeys are more intelligent than domesticated turkeys, but the domesticated ones taste better. (in my opinion) Domesticated turkeys are much easier to acquire for food purposes than wild turkeys, which you need to hunt for yourself.
Alaska is the only state without wild turkeys. Many people think Hawaii would not have them but Hawaii does have wild turkeys.
Wild turkeys do not eat baby rabbits. Wild turkeys do not eat any kind of meat because they are vegetarians.
yes turkeys of all types fly. i see wild ones fly all the time and my domestic turkeys fly just as well as the wild ones! no turkeys can not fly of there wight wild turkeys have less wight
Wild turkeys that were introduced, yes, but not naturally occurring turkeys.
Wild turkeys usually live in conifer and hardwood forests. Wild turkeys are often found in the temperate and terrestrial biomes.
Physically there's not much difference between the heritage breeds of domesticated turkeys and wild turkeys. They can both fly, naturally mate and have the ability to learn to forage and live without humans. They are similar weight and proportion. The domesticated heritage turkeys tend to get bigger than the wild turkeys because they are fed more consistently and have been bred for size. Heritage and wild turkeys go from hatch to slaughter in 6-10 months. Broad breasted turkeys, currently the type of turkey that is most farmed, are unable to fly, cannot mate naturally (must be artificially insemnated) and have a faster weight gain than wild or heritage turkeys, typically going from hatch to slaughter in 4 or 5 months. A heritage turkey breed is on that is similar or identical to one that was domesticated and present on farms 50 to 100 years ago. Examples of heritage turkey breeds are narragansett, blue slate, bourbon red, standard bronze and royal palm. Examples of wild turkeys are eastern wild turkey, Rio grande wild turkey, merriams wild turkey. Examples of currently domesticated are broad breasted white turkey, broad breasted bronze turkey.
Pilgrims served the wild turkeys on first Thanksgiving.
Collective nouns for turkeys are:a brood of turkeysa clutch of turkeysa crop of turkeysa dole of turkeysa dule of turkeysa flock of turkeysa gang of turkeysa herd of turkeysa mob of turkeysa muster of turkeysa posse of turkeys (wild males)a raffle of turkeysa raft of turkeysa rafter of turkeysa run of turkeys (wild)a school of turkeysOn the lighter side : Our forebears would have called them "Thanksgiving Day"!
A group of turkeys is called a flock of turkeys.