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Why does a turkey gobble?

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Geraldine Solis

Male turkeys make a sound that we refer to as a gobble. It is a way that they communicate with each other.

Turkeys gobble because they sense changes in weather such as hot, cold, dry, wet, etc. Hope you enjoyed your turkey!

Kenya Straughn

The male turkey gobbles as a mating call for the female turkey.

Male turkeys strut about, gobbling loudly and holding their heads high to attract the attention of the female turkeys.

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Why does a turkey gobble?

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