We've had Wild Turkeys roaming around out backyard for a while. We don't live in the woods or on a farm so watching the antics of the turkeys is a treat for us. As you can see, they aren't exactly shy.
I've watched them eating lavender, ornamental holly berries, dropped bird seed, and whatever they find scratching through the fallen leaves I left behind. It seems that Wild Turkeys have adapted well to changing habitat. They find food in woods, fields, and aren't afraid to visit residential neighborhoods when the need arises.
These are pet ducks which have taken the opposite approach from the turkeys. Instead of leaving the wild to visit someones backyard ,they left home and swam downstream. I found them along a woodland trail eating some sort of algae from the bottom of the brook.
I find it interesting to watch birds adapt to areas outside of their natural habitat. It doesn't matter to them whether they are domestic or wild. They just want to know where the food is!