We have a flock of wild turkeys that live in the area, and they're becoming a bit of a nuisance. They'll come right up to the house in their foraging, and one was trying to get in through one of our glass sliding doors this morning! Plus, the sounds they make wake me up when I'm trying to sleep. They woke me up at the crack of dawn this morning, which I didn't appreciate. We're on 22 acres, and our nearest neighbor is 1/2 mile away, so they don't have a lack of space. And I don't think anyone is hand feeding them. I do dump leftover parrot seed outside, but I do so well away from the house. The only 2 suggestions I've had to this issue are to either A) kill a couple or B) get a dog. I don't like killing things, so I really, really don't want to have to do this. I'm also not too comfortable getting a dog, because I don't trust our fencing to keep it out of the alpaca pastures. We have some very nice alpacas & babies every year, so a dog could be a real threat. Maybe a really small dog would be ok, but I'm not sure about it. Would a recording of a big dog barking work? Any other ideas?