T urkey's have feathers that shoot straight out when scared in an attempt to frighten predators
U nder the sun Turkey's rest, soaking up the warmth
R ather than scatter like most birds would, turkey's attempt to stick together in the face of danger
K icking with their claws straight out and pecking predators with their beaks is a last resort but it keeps them wary.
E venings, the turkey's poof out their feathers and settle in the warm grass under the dying sun.
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