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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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Wild Turkey 81- complex nose and flavors; a rye spiciness is easily up front with flavors of charred wood, vanilla, coffee beans, and caramel.
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.
Predation is a primary source of wild turkey mortality (Speake 1980, Miller and Leopold 1992, Lovell et al.
Hunting season for wild turkeys is from April 18 to May 31 according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Connecticut wildlife biologist Pete Picone treated me to a wild turkey cutlet dinner that's simple to prepare and delicious.
Mike is currently working on collaboration with Paul Walling entitled: Father and Son- A Life's Journey Together in the Turkey Woods, and a 6th book entitled: Empire State Limb Hangers, New York Wild Turkey Records.
3,153 3,492 10.8% Evan Williams Heaven Hill 1,431 1,650 15.3% Distilleries Wild Turkey Campari America USA 536 590 10.1% Bulleit Bourbon Diageo 260 450 73.1% Jim Beam Small Batch Beam Inc.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens is asking New Yorkers to participate in a survey of wild turkeys.
Jimmy Russell, who grew up less than five miles from the Wild Turkey distillery in Lawrenceburg, KY, began working at the company on Sept.
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.
It is an imperial stout aged in Wild Turkey Bourbon barrels for several months.
Reproductive success is an important parameter influencing Eastern Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) population dynamics (Vangilder, 1992; Roberts and Porter, 1996).
Wild Turkey Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, made with limestone-purified water and aged in heavily charred white oak barrels, is bottled when it reaches its full complex flavor of caramel and vanilla.
Some Eastern wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) studies have interpreted low reproductive success in an established population as support for the idea that as populations stabilize reproduction decreases.