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Tony

Tony

Tony was living in a coop with other birds. When his human family moved and the coop situation changed, Tony became aggressive and had to be separated. As turkeys are very social animals, it was soon clear that he had become very lonely living by himself. His family gave us a call and we immediately agreed to provide him with the home he needed.turkey-button

Tony is still a bit wary of humans but is thrilled that he now gets to spend his days with other turkey friends. You’ll frequently see him showing off for visitors and the lady turkeys by fluffing up his beautiful feathers.