Wild Turkey: Pathfinder Pendant
Gregariousness, Iridescence, Emotion, Courage
The turkey was Benjamin Franklin’s choice for national bird, finding it to be “a bird of courage.”
Wild turkeys forage on the forest floor for nuts, berries and bugs during the day, but take to the treetops to roost at night.
With a fleshy red waddle on his neck, and a fleshy mass called a snood on his beak, a tom (male) turkey struts for females.
Wild turkey populations are at a high now with the success of careful habitat management and wildlife restoration programs.
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Pottery-like jewelry of artisanal quality, fresh design, and intrinsic meaning are embodied in each handmade piece from a DeWitt, Michigan studio where artists use proprietary techniques to create a richness of detail not found in other media. These beautifully rendered pieces are known for their educational and interpretive value as they elicit wonder and personal meaning to customers.