Wild Turkeys on the Appalachian Trail

wild turkeyHikers usually observe wild turkeys in small flocks and during light rain or mist.

They inhabit the AT from southern Vermont and south.

About the Author Steve Burge:
Steve Burge was the original founder of AppalachianTrail.com. He was a teacher for many years before starting a web development firm.
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