Rescued birds, turkeys or fertile eggs
Limited bird rescue, but lots of turkeys For Pet Homes only!

We are located a few miles west of the Indian River, just southwest of Kennedy Space Center in Canaveral Groves, Florida. Here in central Florida we enjoy a longer hatching season than most of the United States.


One hour old.....turkey poults

The consequences of a healthy and happy flock and long Florida hatching season are …babies, lots of babies….. For the past 16 years we have raised and given away nearly 200 birds each season as well as hundreds of fertile eggs.


Eastern wild crossed with Bourbon Red Turkeys

If you so desire, you can get on the waiting list for any of the following: eggs, poults (turkey chicks), juvenile birds or rescued birds.

  • All Free of charge with conditions of course!
  • The conditions may vary on a case by case basis; however the conditions are approximately as follows:
  • **The turkeys go to pet homes only
  • Not to be used at Thanksgiving (eaten)
  • They turkeys will not be released to the wild (to be eaten by a bobcat)
  • The birds will be provided healthy living space (not caged). 

Have to say those are fairly reasonable conditions and.....

We maintain the absolute right not to give away any turkey or chicken that we believe will not be placed in an adequate & safe pet home.


In the past we have been saddened to see our pet turkeys that we gave away in good faith, placed on Craig’s List for sale in less than 24 hours. Also, something about people only wanting turkeys in mid-November sends little warning flags up. Normally no birds are placed to homes around “pilgrim time”.


The eggs and poults may be from of any of the variety of heritage & eastern wild turkey hens & most likely a cross between several types. The dominant color pattern will change from year to year depending on the alpha status of the reigning male.

When possible, we are accommodating to color/variety requests but also make an attempt to mix up the genetically related birds to reduce mating within the family tree.

We cannot sex the birds until they are fairly large.

As mentioned, the birds and eggs are free, but we welcome any donations of feed!


However before considering adding turkeys to your backyard/barnyard-please review the section on requirements and “Reasons not to have turkeys”


Bobbles