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Eastern Wild Turkey Diet:The "Eastern" has a variety of foods in their diet, ranging from grapes and blackberries, beechnut and acorns, to grains like corn and oats. They also enjoy eating insects such as grasshoppers and beetles.

The Rio Grande wild turkey was first described, and named, by George B. Sennett in 1879. Sennett described it as intermediate in appearance between the eastern and western subspecies, hence its scientific name Meleagris gallopavo intermedia

The Rio Grande Wild TurkeyThe Rio Grande wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo intermedia) is native to the central plains states and got its common name from the area in which it is found, the southern Great Plains states of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Northeastern Mexico.

Eastern Wild Turkey Diet:The "Eastern" has a variety of foods in their diet, ranging from grapes and blackberries, beechnut and acorns, to grains like corn and oats. They also enjoy eating insects such as grasshoppers and beetles.

The Rio Grande sub species is more nomadic than its eastern cousins and will migrate to nesting areas as much as ten miles away from their normal habitations. They also have longer legs, even though their general body size and height are similar to the others.

The Rio Grande Wild TurkeyThe Rio Grande wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo intermedia) is native to the central plains states and got its common name from the area in which it is found, the southern Great Plains states of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Northeastern Mexico.

The Rio Grande sub species is more nomadic than its eastern cousins and will migrate to nesting areas as much as ten miles away from their normal habitations. They also have longer legs, even though their general body size and height are similar to the others.

With the abundance of wild turkeys in North America, and the popularity of turkey hunting, the answer to the question; "How many species of wild turkeys are native to North America?" might surprise you. Because the answer is one! The Meleagris gallopavo. And even more surprising there are only two species of wild turkeys in the world.

The Merriam is easily distinguished from the Eastern, Florida and Rio Grande subspecies by the nearly white feathers on the lower back and tail feather margins. It does have black and white color configurations on its primary wing feathers, but not in the distinctive bar pattern of the Eastern sub species.


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