Wild turkey numbers are falling in some parts of the US – the main reason may be habitat loss

Marcus Lashley, University of Florida and William Gulsby, Auburn University, The Conversation
Posted 4/19/24

Birdsong is a welcome sign of spring, but robins and cardinals aren’t the only birds showing off for breeding season. In many parts of North America, you’re likely to encounter male wild turkeys, puffed up like beach balls and with their tails fanned out, aggressively strutting through woods and parks or stopping traffic on your street.y …

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