Group of Baby Turkeys
Baby turkeys are quite amusing and fun to watch. But do you know what you call a group of them? Here’s a brief guide on the different terms for a flock of baby turkeys.
What Do You Call a Group of Baby Turkeys?
Baby turkeys are usually referred to as poults when they are still young.
After they reach a certain age, they can be organized into groups and referred to as:
- A brood of baby turkeys
- A dole of baby turkeys
- A daft of baby turkeys
These are just some of the terms used to describe a flock of baby turkeys. You may come across other terms as well, so it’s worth keeping these in mind when you come across a group of these feathered friends.
A Brief Note
It’s important to remember that baby turkeys, or poults, should never be released into the wild until they have matured. This is for the safety of both the turkey and the environment it is released into.
It’s worth keeping this in mind when you come across baby turkeys in the wild and remember that it’s best to let nature take its course.