Do Wild Turkeys Sleep in Trees?

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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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