What Is a Group of Wild Turkeys Called?

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A group of wild turkeys is referred to as a flock whereas a group of domesticated turkeys is referred to as rafter. Turkeys are beautiful birds that like to live in tree areas with patches of open grassy spots.
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Rafter or gang.
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Acorns, nuts, leaves, seeds and fruit are what wild adult turkeys eat. The younger wild turkeys like to eat insects, bugs and spiders. Wild turkeys are not too big on meat it seems.
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I believe you are referring to a turk-herd.
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A rafter of turkeys are a group of turkeys! Did you know that a group of
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Sometimes people think a group of wild turkeys should be called a gaggle or a flock (like other birds that we raise and eat), but that's incorrect. The correct name for a group of turkeys is a rafter of turkeys.
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