can fly. Domestic turkeys are usually flightless.
Adult wild turkeys have long reddish-yellow to grayish-green legs. .... In ideal
habitat of open woodland or wooded grasslands, they may fly ... Gobblers often
yelp in the manner of females, and hen...
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Aug 24, 2008 ... Of course they can fly. Wild turkeys roost high up in trees at night and can fly 50 ft
straight up, fly at about 55 mph and even poults can fly at ...
Nov 26, 2008 ... Turkeys Can Fly Wild turkeys feed on the ground, which might explain the myth of
their flightlessness. They can in fact soar for short bursts at up ...
Nov 25, 2013 ... Even wild turkeys rarely fly more than about 100 yards; their domesticated kin
can't flap their wings fast enough to support sustained flight.
Jan 31, 2014 ... But we have to hand it to them: they've tricked us into thinking for an
embarrassingly long time that they can't fly. Coordination, however, is ...
Wild turkeys are good fliers, but domesticated turkeys have no ability to fly. They
have been bred to be heavy, and this prevents them from taking off and ...
Wild turkeys are able to fly for short distances, but domesticated turkeys cannot. A
wild turkey will usually only fly for about 100 feet at the most and prefers to ...
When they need to, Turkeys can swim by tucking their wings in close, ... At
sundown turkeys fly into the lower limbs of trees and move upward from limb to
limb to ...
Domestic or tame turkeys weigh twice what a wild turkey does and are raised on
... They spend their nights in low branches of trees (yes, wild turkeys can fly!).