Here are some of my Narragansett 'babies' that I hatched out last summer (photo was taken just recently).
They are more like big feathered puppies than any bird I've ever raised...not a mean bone in their bodies and they totally spoiled rotten and constantly underfoot. They even hop on the tractor and ride around the place. They are SUPER hardy, but they are definitely NOT stupid. Ever since they've been about two months old, these have been totally free-ranged (as is NO fence, NO barn, NO feed other than treats) and they roost in the trees near the barn at night. And I haven't lost a single one. The very first weekend they were on their own, it came a downpour and I worried about them all night long (the old wives tale about young turkeys drowning and all that). I got up the next morning and ran out to find them just fine and perfectly content. And they've been that way ever since, even throughout the snow and minus 0 temps we've had this winter. Now keep in mind they have free access to a nice warm barn with roosts and straw filled nest boxes, but they simply choose not to go in it. So I just let them do what they want. Oh, and these are the very first turkeys I've raised. And I hatched them out from eggs I bought on ebay...and in an ancient 30+ year old still-air styrofoam incubator. :)