The wild turkey is prized for its recreational and aesthetic values. It was abundant in precolonial times but was nearly eliminated by humans during the settlement era in America.









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Today the range of the wild turkey is larger than in precolonial days, and populations (5 million total) exist in every state except Alaska. Five races or subspecies of the wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) exist in the United States.







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