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It’s a wild turkey nest! Hens hide within brush, incubating the eggs for 28 days. Turkey poults are on the move in no time, ready to follow their mother within 2 days of hatching. Their small flock will join others creating bands of young turkeys accompanied by 2-3 adult hens.

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