Wild turkeys in the field in front of my house.
The two adult turkeys shown in this photograph are not a male turkey (tom) and a female turkey (hen). They are actually both mother hens that group their broods together in a flock to look for food and suitable habitats.
When the turkeys first hatch, the mother hen bonds her brood to her with her own clucks. As they get older, a mother hen with her own brood flocks together with one or more hens and their broods as shown in this photograph. Even though several broods may flock together, if the mother hen senses danger, her distinct bonding clucks will gather her own brood to herself.
A male turkey is called a tom or a gobbler, a female turkey a hen, and a baby turkey a poult or chick. A young male turkey is called a jake and a young female is called a jenny. A group of turkeys is called a flock.