I've been in South Dakota since 1993, and when I first moved here, I often saw Wild Turkeys, but only along the forested riparian areas. In the past several years, I see them more and more often out in farmland, around shelterbelts and other scattered groves of trees. I think Wild Turkeys are another good example of a species that has adapted to a human presence on the landscape.
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Wild Turkey #5 shown above
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