Brush turkeys are the most ancient member of a family that dates back 30 million years and includes chickens, quails, peacocks, and pheasants. we saw them in Wendy’s Secret Garden in Sydney

The Australian brushturkey or Australian brush-turkey or gweela, also frequently called the scrub turkey or bush turkey it is a common, widespread species of mound-building bird. The male brush turkeys build a large distinctive incubation mound, which can be up to 4m wide and up to 2m high, you will often see them digging up the vegetation to make these mounds.

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