Ocellated Turkey (Meleagris ocellata); a relatively large bird. The males "Gobble" during breeding season, females "cluck". Body feathers of both sexes are a mixture of bronze and green iridescent color.
ocellated turkey, beautiful turkey, The ocellated turkey exists only in a 50,000 square mile area comprised of the Yucatan Peninsula range includes the states of Quintana Roo, Campeche and Yucatan. The body feathers of both male and female birds have a bronze-green iridescent color mixture. Unlike North American turkeys, breast feathers of male and female ocellated turkeys do not differ and cannot be used to determine sex. Neither male nor female birds have a beard.
Roman Grave Relief - In Karacabey District, Bursa (Turkey) two grave reliefs and 25 copper and bronze coins, all of which were prepared for sale, belong to the Roman period, were seized - 28 November 2016.