Thursday, November 20, 2014

Fact of the Day: Few Turkeys

Due to hunting and loss of habitats, the wild turkey almost went extinct about a century ago. Though a restoration project took place soon afterwards to protect the wild turkeys. Their conservation status today is "least concern". 

24 comments:

  1. interesting

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  2. Good to know. We have wild turkeys around here. We often run across them in the rural areas.

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  3. I got to see a few of them the last time I visited Pennsylvania. Remarkable looking birds.

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  4. that's true in our area, they have just recently made a come back, we see them quite often now,

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  5. We have dozens of them around my way- they always seem to wind up in my backyard this time of year.

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  6. Poor turkeys! They are the ugliest of birds,though....

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  7. Good they are back thriving more again

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  8. Is that a "wild" turkey in the photo?

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  9. This is good. And personally, I don't find them ugly, but then again, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. :)

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  10. We have so many turkeys here. Many hunters as well.

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  11. I see wild turkeys in our area all the time! It's good to know they aren't going extinct anymore. I'd sure miss eating them on Thanksgiving!

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  12. Always was afraid of turkeys, when I saw them in the village.They are so angry.

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  13. There are plenty of them at the grocery store. lol

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  14. They have so many around Texas, there isa season to hunt them. May you and family be blessed with a nice Thanksgiving.

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