ronMctube wrote:what you have to compare though is real wild birds versus farm birds. totally different. we kept turkey.
Here's some photos of wild turkey females, all have some red on head, also some brown and white tips on feathers like Toms, none have black head and not totally black feathers as the game, that's why the vulture look on game
And here a Link, Wild Turkey Identification
Females are "dark brown overall with even darker barring" , Females have a bare sking on the head and are dark brown overall, with a coppery sheen to the rump and tail. When open , the wings show white barring