Down the road from Pond Mountain Inn, we spotted a group of wild turkeys while out for a chilly winter walk. Wild Turkeys in a group is called a flock , whereas a group of domesticated turkeys are known as a rafter or gang. The wild turkeys live and travel together primarily on foot, occasionally taking short flights to escape predators. Their long legs are strong enough to enable them to run 25 miles per hour. and they can fly at 30 to 35 miles per hour!
Learn More About Wild Turkeys from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
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