We are having some smoke issues due to a forest fire. It's pretty bad; looks like we are in a fog bank. It's unlikely to end soon. One of the young broad breasted white turkey hens is squatting down and wheezing pretty badly if she runs or exerts herself. She looks a lot like she is presenting for breeding, down on the ground, wings slightly spread. I'm thinking that I need to butcher her before I lose her, but I want to check first to make sure that wheezing is not part of the normal breeding presentation. She is panting and sounds like she is having trouble getting air. She's only doing it coupled with exertion, which in her case involves running. Last evening, with hot air temperatures and lots of smoke, I could hear her panting. Normally, I can see it but not hear it. It sounded like heavy panting, not like congested lungs. The other turkeys were all panting, but not making any noise with it.