In anatomical terms, the snood is an erectile, fleshy protuberance on the
forehead of turkeys. Most of the time when the turkey is in a relaxed state, the
snood is pale and 2-3 cm long. However, whe...
Nov 22, 2010 ... Wild Turkeys are interesting creatures with complex social systems. ... 2010 by
eNature. A Male Wild Turkey showing wattles, snood and beard
Nov 22, 2014 ... What is a turkey snood and why do turkeys care? ... A female turkey is a hen, a
mature male is a gobbler, and a juvenile male is a jake.
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Nov 11, 2013 ... Have you ever wondered what those colorful fleshy things around a turkey's beak
are? Alex, who lives on a turkey farm in northwestern ...
Mar 9, 2013 ... In addition to uncovering a non-sexual function for the brightly colored, bare head
of the male wild turkey (which is crucial for maintaining ...
Although females share some of the same parts as their male companions, the ...
According to the National Wild Turkey Federation, the snood has no known ...
Oct 8, 2009 ... A male turkey is called a "tom" and a female turkey a "hen." A large group ... If a
turkey isn't feeling well, the snood and wattle become very pale.
Jun 25, 2010 ... Like snoods, caruncles are a feature you will not see in chickens. ... Male turkeys
have a rather bristly mass of feathers that grow on the mid-line ...
When male turkeys are in breeding mode, their wattles aren't the only things that
turn red. Their whole heads seem to do so, from their snoods to their necks in ...
Sometimes it hangs so low that it looks like it comes from between the turkey's
eyes. It can change colors and size. Both male and female turkeys have snoods,