A turkey at Parker River Refuge

A wild turkey shows its wattle and caruncles at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Massachusetts. The wattle is a skin flap reaching from the beak to the neck. Caruncles are bumps of flesh that cover the birds’ necks and heads.

A turkey at Parker River Refuge

A wild turkey shows its wattle and caruncles at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Massachusetts. The wattle is a skin flap reaching from the beak to the neck. Caruncles are bumps of flesh that cover the birds’ necks and heads.
Image
Photo By/Credit
Matt Poole/USFWS
Ecosystem
Urban
Recreational Activity
Media Usage Rights/License
Public Domain
Subject tags
Game birds
Urban refuge
Wildlife
Wildlife refuges
Wildlife viewing