Turkeys travel in flocks and search on the ground for nuts, berries, insects, and snails. They use their strong feet to scratch leaf litter out of the way. In early spring, males gather in clearings to perform courtship displays. They puff up their body feathers, flare their tails into a vertical fan, and strut slowly while giving a characteristic gobbling call. At night, turkeys fly up into trees to roost in groups.
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Devils Tower National Monument, Code: DETO
Devils Tower National Monument, Crook County, Wyoming Latitude: 44.5905990600586, Longitude: -104.716003417969