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My Life as a Turkey

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My Life as a Turkey is the account of an amazing experiment: Naturalist Joe Hutto incubates two dozen wild-turkey eggs with the intention of human-imprinting and raising them. But the relationship that develops between the author and the birds changes his life so that he wonders who has imprinted whom.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Profoundly moving - a must-see Feb. 1 2012
This is such a refreshing movie to watch in this insane and fast-paced world. It begins with Hutto's hatching out wild turkey eggs, but it ends being such a profoundly moving and life-changing experience for both him and the viewers of this marvelous reenactment. Beautifully filmed and a must-see for everyone interested in Nature. I wish this could be shown to kids in school so they would learn to respect our fellow creatures.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting - a bit spooky March 22 2012
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Although the author is a bit creepy, the story is amazing.
The cinematography is spectacular.
Hollywood was kept out of this documentary and that is like a breath of fresh air, no over dramatization and blood and guts, or awful continual music. Just presented as close to what the natural world is really like without much judgement.
I enjoyed it very much and it was kind of haunting - that is why I say it is a bit spooky. Some of the images are indelible in my mind, as well as the commentary.
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