While he wasn't a young bird - he was going to be 7 this year. An average turkey can live 1-3 years, males kept for breeding, 3-5 years, and up to 10 in some more extreme cases - I find the timing a little too coincidental.
First, he lost his chicken buddies.
Then, the trees fell all over the place a few days ago. He passed away either 3 days after all that, with part of his pen smashed, though he was okay, or a few hours later after an extremely loud helicopter was hovering over the house for a long, long time. It was not only too loud (we could not even yell over it. I question if it was even within' the legal sound numbers.), but the vibrations were unbelievable.
Either one may have been too much for him.
We got him when we got out older hens. He was a heritage variety, and had low vision. He's the one that made the sound of a dripping faucet when he wanted more water. He got it automatically, of course, but sometimes it got spilled, so he let us know.
I feel really bad, and as before, wish that things could have been different after the evacuation.
He was a good bird.
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