One of our sites is home to a sizable flock of wild turkeys (I have counted as many as twenty-one of the birds at one time), to the delight of staff and visitors both. Yesterday, a large tom Meleagris gallopavo was in full Thanksgiving card mode, with his tail feathers spread out in a fan:
The effect is somewhat diminished because this is the turkeys' moulting season, so he is missing several tailfeathers. It's great fun for the kids visiting the grounds, because the quills make wonderful, and free souvenirs. I might grab one myself, there are online tutorials for making quill pens.