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The Wild Turkey familiar to people in North America has a spectacularly plumaged relative, the Ocellated Turkey, found only in the tropical lowland forest of southeastern Mexico, northern Guatemala, and northern Belize. This species is relatively easy to see at some of the Mayan ruins, where they are protected and where they have become habituated to tourists. This male Ocellated Turkey was photographed strutting his stuff in northern Guatemala at Tikal, perhaps the most famous of the Mayan ruins.

- photographer, Larry Master.

Ocellated Turkey (Guatemala) by Larry Master
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