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    • Judith
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      judith.fraser
      This bird is very tame and lives in a local conservation authority. Can anyone explain the white coloring? C0E07FD7-13ED-4548-B84A-A70932C16334D6F98572-6AC4-47FD-B222-2A901EE1780D
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    • Paulette
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      6retired2
      I saw a similar colored turkey on my property (Michigan), it was identified as a smoke turkey--the pied version of a horse/deer.
    • Marina
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      mkeroell
      We have lots of wild turkeys in our area of Concord, CA. Many have some white on the wings, but not as much as yours. Very striking bird! Was it alone?  I usually see them in groups. Wild Turkey DSCN0451 Wild Turkey DSCN0457
    • GBird
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      thegbird
      Albino maybe? Or at least half albino. But definitely wild turkey.  
    • Dar
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      DaisyR
      turkey
    • CHLOE
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      TheMushroom
      wild turkey i would say that is a wild turkey
    • Jaya
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      jayadidi
      This is a wild turkey. We have them on mission peak in Fremont. This is unusual color but have seen this color intermixed with the regular dark colored wild turkeys recently.
    • KP3
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      KParker73
      It looks like a Wild Turkey to me.  The light color on the feathers might be from the lighting and the exposure settings on your camera. Someone with more birding experience may have a better answer.  That's my best guess though :)
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