• There are two species of wild turkey, the common turkey of North America and the ocellated turkey of Central and South America.
  • Wild turkeys were domesticated by the Aztecs. In the early 1500s, the Spanish introduced turkeys into Europe.
  • The first English colonists brought domesticated turkeys back to Virginia with them, not realizing that wild turkeys lived there.
  • By the beginning of the 1900s, wild turkey populations had been heavily hunted. Through protection, turkeys have rebounded. They have even adapted to urban areas.
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Hold the stuffing! This Turkey puppet only needs your hand to come alive. Designed in multi-textures it’s a true representation of our cherished American icon. Designed for use with either one hand or two, the turkey’s tail proudly displays…. More >>

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