Wild turkey (1644/2460)

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Wild turkeys were introduced to New Zealand around 1890 and are now well established in many areas of rough farmland. They often become a nuisance pest, due to the large amount of grass they can eat, and the mess left beneath regular roost sites.

Common names
wild turkey, feral turkey
Waitomo, Waikato, New Zealand
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