The turkey is an iconic bird, often being the centerpiece of large family occasions including Thanksgiving and the Winter Holidays. Though the turkey doesn't look like it, they are adept fliers, often flying beneath the forest canopy looking for somewhere to perch. Turkeys are omnivores, primarily eating nuts, seeds, fruits, berries and insects which it often finds while scratching around on the forest floor. Their habitat of turkeys spans through most of the United States and Mexico.

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