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Nest Placement. Wild Turkeys nest on the ground in dead leaves at the bases of trees, under brush piles or thick shrubbery, or occasionally in open hayfields.Can wild turkeys Fly High?
Yes, wild turkeys can fly, and they fly well enough. Wild turkeys can’t fly very far, but they fly short distances when fleeing predators or when they want to nest in trees at night for safety. Do turkeys have wings? Yes, turkeys have wings. Both wild and domesticated turkeys have wings.What does it mean when a Turkey nesting?
Turkey nesting means behavioral and habitat use changes for turkey hens. Most subspecies of wild turkey are gregarious, but turkey hens change their behavior during the nesting season. When a turkey hen starts looking for a nest site she will avoid all other hens.What is the success rate of Turkey nesting?
According to the Wild Turkey Federation, only 10 to 40 percent of turkey nests hatch successfully. Ground nests are very vulnerable to predators; raccoons, skunks, foxes, snakes, and many other animals have a taste for eggs.