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wild turkey

1. A turkey that has not been domesticated. Why are all these wild turkeys suddenly showing up on our farm?
2. A brand of bourbon. Usually capitalized. Hey, barkeep, can I get a shot of Wild Turkey?
See also: turkey, wild
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So before I tried the cocktails made by their mixologist for the evening, Tommy, I had asked him for a minute pouring of the different variants of Wild Turkey.
She said wild turkeys are game animals - hunted in the spring and fall in rural areas - and the state has not classified them as invasive.
Ryan Boyer, regional biologist with National Wild Turkey Federation, gave a tour of the new Turkey Tracts area to NWTF members from all over the country and DNR staff members, describing habitat management practices that benefit turkeys and other wildlife within the game area.
Road-based surveys for estimating wild turkey density in the Texas Rolling Plains.
A secret to cooking irresistible wild turkey is using a great marinade.
The wild turkey is among the larger flighted birds in the world.
Among his many accomplishments, Jimmy Russell created Rare Breed, Kentucky Spirit, American Spirit, American Honey, Tradition, Tribute, Wild Turkey 17-year-old for Japan and co-created (with son Eddie) Russell's Reserve.
I believe the deep 'alligator char' used in our American oak barrels truly compliments the full-bodied, roasty nature of this imperial stout," said Jimmy Russell, Wild Turkey Master Distiller.
These reclamation awards were presented for Patriot's effort to attract wild turkey, ducks and other wildlife species to our reclaimed properties through the development of food and water sources and areas of cover.
For example, as a ground nester, Wild Turkey nests are particularly susceptible to predation, as evidenced by the large number of studies identifying predation as the primary cause of nest failure (Vander Haegen et al.
Key Words: correlation, Eastern Wild Turkey, Georgia, Indices, Meleagris gallopavo silvestris
THE NATIONAL WILD Turkey Federation in 2008 honored South Carolina turkey biologist Duff Holbrook with its Hunting Heritage award.
Surprisingly, the media mogul may also have given wild turkey hunting a boost by running an article in the December 2010 issue of O Magazine entitled, "A Humbling Harvest: Could You Hunt Your Own Holiday Turkey?
Voices of songbirds fill the air, but to the sportsman, one voice echoes louder than any other--that of the Eastern Wild Turkey.
Legend has it that Ben Franklin lobbied Congress to make the wild turkey America's National Bird.