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Each foot has three toes in front, with a shorter, rear-facing toe in back; males have a spur behind each of their lower legs.
While it is usually rather lighter than the waterfowl, after the trumpeter swan (Cygnus buccinator), the turkey has the second heaviest maximum weight of any North American bird.Join us and receive access UP TO 10 VOYEUR SECTIONS on the site instantly!Our video sections: Nude Beach, Beach Cabin, Locker Room, Upskirt, Spy Camera, WC, Shower Room.We never see your credit card or personal information.For credit card or check payment: The cost for 3-day access is .99 will renew at .99/monthly if not cancelled (limited traffic of 1000 mb per day).Adult males, called toms or gobblers, have a large, featherless, reddish head, red throat, and red wattles on the throat and neck. Juvenile males are called jakes; the difference between an adult male and a juvenile is that the jake has a very short beard and his tail fan has longer feathers in the middle.The adult male's tail fan feathers will be all the same length.Tail feathers are of the same length in adults, different lengths in juveniles.Males typically have a "beard", a tuft of coarse hair (modified feathers) growing from the center of the breast. In some populations, 10 to 20% of females have a beard, usually shorter and thinner than that of the male.Open, mature forest with a variety of interspersion of tree species appear to be preferred.In the Northeast of North America, turkeys are most profuse in hardwood timber of oak-hickory (Quercus-Carya) and forests of red oak (Quercus rubra), beech (Fagus grandifolia), cherry (Prunus serotina) and white ash (Fraxinus americana).