Meleagris Ocellata is an arresting, dynamic hued winged animal that might be effortlessly recognized from the main other turkey species, its bigger and less bright North American cousin, the North American wild turkey Maleagris gallopavo. The body plumage of both guys and females is a striking blend of radiant bronze and green color, in spite of the fact that females frequently seem more blunt than guys, with a greener as opposed to bronze tinge. Both genders have pale blue light black tails quills with an unique, blue-bronze shaded ocellus eye-molded spot close to the end, from which the species infers its regular name, emulated by a splendid gold tip.
Meleagris Ocellata is endemic to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, Guatemala and Belize, and could be found over a zone expanding 50,000 miles. Ocellated turkeys are frequently found in tropical deciduous and marsh evergreen backwoods and in addition clearings and relinquished ranch plots.
Meleagris Ocellata invest more often than not on the ground and regularly want to raced to escape risk as the day progressed as opposed to fly, however they can fly quickly and capably for short separations as the larger part of feathered creatures in a specific order do in need.
Meleagris Ocellata is found in various 'secured regions' despite the fact that these don't generally give safe shelter from poachers . It has been contended, on the other hand, that properly oversaw game chasing, publicized at a high cost to remote nations, may be a powerful preservation measure by supporting.