The Eastern Wild Turkey is a Moderate-sized bird of the Turkey species, featured in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online.

This animal can be hunted and skinned. Studying and skinning the Eastern Wild Turkey is required for the "Zoologist" and "Skin Deep" Achievements.

Eastern Wild Turkey Details & Location:

The Eastern Wild Turkey can be found in the forested or brushy regions of West Elizabeth, New Hanover and Lemoyne. As opportunistic omnivores, they can be found foraging for insects, seeds and grasses. The easiest way to take down a bird of this size whilst hunting is by using a Varmint Rifle. Their feathers can be used for crafting, and their plump meat can be used as a source of food.

Eastern Wild Turkey Hunting Tips:

The Eastern Wild Turkey yields feathers and plump bird meat. Used in crafting and cooking or can be sold. Use a Varmint Rifle for a clean kill.

Map Location - Eastern Wild Turkey

Where to find the Eastern Wild Turkey in Red Dead Redemption 2 - Map Location / Habitat:

The Eastern Wild Turkey is Commonly found throughout Lemoyne and New Hanover.

Eastern Wild Turkey - Map Location in RDR2

Eastern Wild Turkey Info

  • Scientific Name Meleagris gallopavo

Eastern Wild Turkey Appearances

  • Game Edition Game Edition: Red Dead OnlineRed Dead OnlineGame Edition: RDR 2 Story ModeRDR 2 Story Mode



Say something here...
characters left.
Log in with
or post as a guest
Loading comment... The comment will be refreshed after 00:00.

Don't like Ads? VIP Members don't see Ads

The website takes a lot of work and time, so that’s why we have to rely on ads. In alternative, we created a VIP Membership that allows you to browse the site without ads and get some extra features, for a small price.

By becoming a VIP Member, you support our work and allow us to create even more amazing features and content for you.

Work With Us - Join The Team!

We're looking for new staff members with passion for GTA and Rockstar Games, and willingness to contribute in any of the website areas. If you're interested, feel free to contact us!