Wild turkeys, living either in hardwood timber or
planted pines, are very like the contents of a
magician's hat. There is no ironbound rule that the
hat contains only a single rabbit. Turkeys that live in
planted pines leave you wondering about where they
roost, what they eat, and what it is that makes them
so fat, when it is obvious they can't send out for pizza.
This is Tom Kelly's tenth book of turkey surprises.