Overview

Indigenous to the Americas, wild turkeys hold a special place in U.S. history. Native Americans regularly made meals out of the birds, and turkeys continue to be a staple of Thanksgiving feasts. During colonial times, Ben Franklin even advocated for the selection of the turkey as the national bird of the United States. Despite their historical prominence, turkeys were nearly driven to extinction in the 1930s due to habitat loss and overhunting. Thanks to successful recovery efforts, however, the birds are now estimated to number about 7 million in population throughout North America.

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