Other than the White-tailed Deer, the species that showed on the cameras most frequently during this time period was the Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo). The cameras captured images of soliary birds and bird traveling in pairs or flocks. Many of the birds were females (hens), with a few young males (jakes), and mature males (toms) thrown in for good measure.
The tom finally stopped strutting after a deer walked through the flock. Disrupted by this interruption the flock finally wandered away from the area.