... well maybe that's not fair. She is undoubtedly attractive to a turkey tom.
A couple of turkey flocks - 4 and 12 respectively - (also known as posse or raffle) have been regular at the feeders. As near as I can tell, they are all hens. In the previous picture, note the tan tipped feathers on the breast. The breast feathers of the tom are tipped black.
The turkeys are very skittish, sensing any inside movement. They were a little less so when I crawled to an upstairs window and looked down on them.
In the kitchen, I stood well back from the window. The scene outside was chaotic, especially given the size of these birds, as they competed for the best feeding position at the platform feeder, or on the ground.
When I got close to the window, they spooked and flew.