Wild Turkey are a common bird throughout Southern, and Eastern Ontario. I have observed them since around 2003. The Ministry of Natural Resources re-introduced them into the province in the late 1990s when we made a trade with Michigan. We gave them Moose, and we got some Wild Turkeys in return. Its amazes me how fast they spread. These birds are very tall at over 3 feet tall, but they are not as plump as domesticated turkey, and can actually fly. The ones I photographed are all on park land, and are not in danger of being hunted.