I just caught this new documentary on my local PBS station tonight. It's fantastic! Check your local PBS station for air times. My Life As A Turkey Here's a description from the website: After a local farmer left a bowl of eggs on Joe Huttos front porch, his life was forever changed. Hutto, possessing a broad background in the natural sciences and an interest in imprinting young animals, incubated the eggs and waited for them to hatch. As the chicks emerged from their shells, they locked eyes with an unusual but dedicated mother. Deep in the wilds of Floridas Flatlands, Hutto spent each day living as a turkey mother, taking on the full-time job of raising sixteen turkey chicks. Hutto dutifully cared for his family around the clock, roosting with them, taking them foraging, and immersing himself in their world. In the process, they revealed their charming curiosity and surprising intellect. There was little he could teach them that they did not already know, but he showed them the lay of the land and protected them from the dangers of the forest as best he could. In return, they taught him how to see the world through their eyes. Based on his true story, My Life as a Turkey chronicles Huttos remarkable and moving experience of raising a group of wild turkey hatchlings to adulthood. It's available as a DVD and book . The book was from 2006 but the documentary is brand new.