Do Wild Turkeys Sleep in Trees?


Wild turkeys sleep in trees during the night to avoid prey animals. This is a defense mechanism for them because they are virtually blind during the night. They prefer trees that are leafy and close to water bodies. Most wild turkeys are found in North America
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in a tree.
Wild turkeys spend their nights in low branches of trees. Wild Turkeys can fly.
Turkeys, like chickens, sleep in trees-near water, if possible but they prefer wooded areas, while chickens aren't either as picky or as smart. They do this because they are easy
The same way pigeons sleep on telephone wires without falling off. Their backward pointing claw actually locks in place and keeps them from falling off.
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