There’s a large group of wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo, Phasianidae) living near my parents’ house, but thus far I haven’t been lucky enough to photograph them. While out looking for them the other day, I did find a lot of recent tracks.
These large footprints are pretty conspicuous and unmistakable. Adult tracks are perhaps three or four inches in length. The top photo shows their tendency to drag their middle toes as they walk.
Tracks from Canada geese (Branta canadensis, Anatidae) share a similar large three-toed arrangement, but those birds also leave an imprint from the webbing between their toes.