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  1. It sounds like it is mostly used in courting a female turkey . Snood - the flap of skin that hangs over the turkey s beak. Turns bright red when the turkey is upset or during courtship.

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/12/2008

  2. It's a Guinea Fowl...not a turkey . Many people keep them as pets..so most likely an escapee. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Guineafowl

    7 Answers · Pets · 02/09/2011

  3. ...?hl=en&q=guinea+fowl&gbv=2&aq=f&oq= Also the Ocellated Turkey : http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Ocellated_ Turkey Capercaillie: http://...

    4 Answers · Pets · 19/07/2009

  4. .../read/1972/is- turkey -the- bird -named-after- turkey -the-country-or-vice-versa... name of country Turkey from Wikipedia ============> Etymology Main...

    5 Answers · Travel · 21/05/2010

  5. ... are two possible answers. 1) The country: http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/ TurkeY 2) The bird : http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/ Turkey _%28Bird%29 As you ...

    11 Answers · Travel · 24/11/2006

  6. ... duck. http://en.m. wikipedia .org/wiki/Muscovy_Duck... to breed these and other birds , years ago. I do remember... or geese (or turkeys ).

    6 Answers · Pets · 06/12/2014

  7. ...on their breasts. They flock in groups of about 25 birds and run rather than fly when alarmed. Ring a bell? Picture here: http://upload.wikimedia.org/ wikipedia /commons/thumb/2/26/Guinea_fowl.jpg/220px-Guinea_fowl.jpg...

    3 Answers · Pets · 02/02/2013

  8. ...'m going to guess with the most frequently found answer that the birds are called after the country quite by mistake. When turkeys first arrived in Europe on ships, nobody knew...

    5 Answers · Education & Reference · 29/08/2010

  9. Yes, they all belong to the class Aves. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/ Bird

    8 Answers · Pets · 17/03/2009

  10. ... sandhill cranes: http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Sandhill_Crane Wild turkey : http://images.google.com/..._enUS271US271&q=wild+ turkey + bird &btnG=Search+Images...

    5 Answers · Pets · 29/04/2008

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