One female walking up the front steps of a house.
wild turkey in University of Wisconsin Arboretum
These are two examples of turkey feathers. The long, brighter colored one is from the turkeys wing tip, while the dark fluffy ones are from underneath. These are found right against their skin.
In a field adjacent to the bog.
The turkey is a large bird in the Meleagris genus, which is native to the Americas. One species, Meleagris gallopavo (commonly known as the Wild Turkey), is native to the forests of North America. The domestic turkey is a descendant of this species. The other living species is Meleagris ocellata or the Ocellated Turkey, native to the forests of the Yucatán Peninsula.