Brush-turkeys Australian brush turkeys have secured animal categories similar to every local creature. Brush turkeys are for the most part careful about people and they feed for the most part on creepy crawlies, seeds and fallen natural products. They discover nourishment by raking the leaf litter or tearing open spoiled logs with their huge feet. The larger part of sustenance is acquired starting from the earliest stage, flying creatures sporadically watched benefiting from maturing organic products among tree limbs. Appearance Brush turkeys have dark blue-dark plumage, brilliant head quills, an expansive level tail, and a general turkey-like appearance. Brush turkey chicks look much like quails, with plain rich dark coloured quills over their whole bodies. As they develop they lose the plumes on their heads and necks, where the uncovered skin turns a profound pink shading. Reproducing Vegetation is accumulated from the garden or woods floor by the male brush turkeys who fabricate a huge unmistakable brooding hill, which can be up to 4m wide and up to 2m high. A female will at that point lay somewhere in the range of 18 and 24 white eggs in the hill, with interims of a few days between the laying of each egg. As the vegetation in the hill decays, it radiates warm which warms the eggs. The ideal hatching temperature is 33-35 degrees Celsius and the male brush turkey keeps up this temperature by expelling and adding layers to the hill. Temperature control is the main help the guardians give to their posterity. The youthful brush turkeys incubate after around seven weeks, completely feathered and ready to run and battle for themselves. They burrow their way through the layers of the hill and away from any detectable hindrance air and they can fly only a couple of hours subsequent to bring forth. Brush turkeys in the garden Individuals with precisely arranged and finished patio nurseries can discover brush turkeys troublesome at reproducing time, as they expel vegetation, earth, and mulch to make their brooding hills. In a couple of hours, the fowls can strip away firmly planted locals and light, sodden mulch utilized habitually in arranged greenery enclosures. Heavier ground covers, (for example, stream rock) and tree watchmen can diminish the effect on profitable and defenceless plants. When a male brush turkey has begun to manufacture its hill, it is to a great degree hard to keep it from proceeding with its endeavours. No single technique for prevention has demonstrated viable in all circumstances, however, you can attempt: Spreading a substantial canvas over the hill and overloading it, to keep the feathered creature from working Occupying the fledgeling's consideration regarding a less appealing or important zone of your garden, by building a family unit compost hill. In a perfect world, the fertilizer hill ought to be beside somewhere around one vast tree giving 80 to 95 per cent shade. The brush turkey might be pulled in towards the zone and may, in the long run, assume control over the fertilizer hill as its settling ground. Safeguarding brush turkeys On the off chance that you locate a wiped out or harmed brush turkey please call WIRES Rescue Office 1300 094 737 or fill in the Rescue Form. On the off chance that the fowl is wiped out or harmed it should see a vet before coming into consideration, in the event that you can securely contain it, you can keep it in a tranquil, dim, warm place e.g. enclosed by a towel in a ventilated box or transporter with a top while you transport it to the closest vet. On the off chance that you let WIRES know which vet you've taken the flying creature to, we will catch up with the vet straightforwardly to bring them into consideration after they have been vet evaluated and got any important treatment.