My Life as a Turkey recounts Joe Hutto’s experience raising a group of wild turkey hatchlings to adulthood; however, the actual footage in the film was of wildlife photographer and actor Jeff Palmer. Sixteen turkey chicks were imprinted on Palmer, and his time with them was carefully documented by filmmaker David Allen. In this audio slideshow, Palmer discusses reenacting Joe Hutto’s imprinting experiment, his involvement with the production, and being mom to his own rafter of turkeys.
available73862168690888cove7386Recreating a Life with TurkeysWildlife photographer and actor Jeff Palmer on his experience filming My Life as a Turkey.2011-11-15 23:01:00publishdisabledshow7286A Grasshopper RunJoe Hutto joins his three-month-old turkeys on a grasshopper hunt.2011-11-15 23:01:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2012/11/Mezzanine_676-480x270.jpg2165688053cove7289A New MotherEmerging from the shell, wild turkey chicks are introduced to an unusual mother.2011-11-15 23:01:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2014/09/Mezzanine_510-480x270.jpg2165688049cove
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