Sunday, February 28, 2010

Wild Turkey to improve the understanding of patterns of hunting

Wild Turkey to improve the understanding of pattes of hunting Turkey HabitsWild Wild turkeys roost in trees at night. They fly on their cock into the sunset and fly to the ground at the first traffic light, where they feed until mid-moing. They often roost again for a short period in mid-moing and nutrition will be continued in the afteoon. Turkey can refer to several miles, during the course of the day, during the administration. Gobbling starts before sunrise, often while they are still in a fortress. Gobblers Strut winning hens before and during the spawning season. Young adult gobblers may be by the middle of the feathers of the tail fan, beard length, and their size. About Turkeys Turkey has made a great game bird native North American forests. An adult male wild turkey is about 1.2 m (4 feet) long and metallic green, brown or bronze feathers, large wings and rounded tail and long slender legs and pushed. My vision is about 270 degrees. A tuft of hair like feathers (Bart) depends on the chest. A Snood fleshy growth hanging from the front of the head. Colorful called caruncles growth and wattle area pouchlike trademark neck region. Turkeys feed on acos, seeds, berries and insects. The hen incubates the 11-20 brilliantly identified the eggs for about 28 days. Young people are Poulter. Turkey in May, at a speed of up to 20 mph. Turkey to reach speeds in excess of 50-55 km / h in a matter of seconds. Two species - the wild turkey, Meleagris gallopavo, of the central and easte United States and Mexico and Turkey ocellated, Agriocharis ocellata, from Mexico to the Yucatan Peninsula and adjacent areas - which Meleagrididae family, which comes with pheasants in order Galli forms. The smallest non ocellated Turkey tuft of feathers on the chest, is brightly colored and bright eyespots on the tail was hidden. Article from Tracker Outdoors

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