A female turkey, or hen, makes a number of sounds, including a yelp, cackle, cutting, putt and purr. These sounds are used for specific purposes.Know More
The yelp is a series of single-note vocalizations that hens use under various circumstances, one of which is to reassemble a flock that has become scattered. The cackle is a series of three to 10 irregularly spaced notes, and it is associated with movement, such as flying.
A series of fast, loud and erratic single notes known as "cutting" is audible over a great distance and is used by a hen seeking a companion. A putt is usually just one note, but it can be a few sharp, quickly repeated notes that are used as an alarm. Purring, a soft rolling sound, is a sign of contentment and is often heard when turkeys are feeding.Learn more in Birds
Seagulls, also known as herring gulls, make sounds that sound like mew, keow or ha-ha-ha-ha, in order to ward of predators or attract the attention of other nearby seagulls. Both females and males make a huoh-huoh-huoh sound for nest selection, territorial disputes and courtship.Full Answer >
Doves can make a variety of sounds depending on the type of dove. The most common sound is a call. Calls vary from species to species, but they often have a distinct "coo" sound in them.Full Answer >
Parakeets have a wide repertoire of sounds, each signifying a different state of contentment or dismay. Interpretation sometimes requires scrutiny of the parakeets' body language. Their basic sounds can be broken into the following categories: singing, chirping, chattering, screaming and hissing.Full Answer >
The average adult male wild turkey is between 42 and 45 inches long from beak to tail tip. Domestic breeds of the species differ in size, but the smallest breeds are approximately the same size as turkeys in the wild.Full Answer >