May 2006. IDENTIFICATION OF TURKEYT. BONES. David Oates. Ne.ska Game and Parks Commission, Dave.Oates@ngpc.ne.gov. Follow this and . - Malene Lauritsen with a turkey bone Credit: University of Exeter of Exeter archaeologists and identified as among some the first turkeys to be . - "It is extremely rare to find turkey bones from this period. Remains from the first half of the 16th century have only been found in two other sites .Information, p.os and printable worksheets about the wild turkey. Domestic or tame turkeys weigh twice what a wild turkey does and are raised on farms for profit. Turkey Crafts Knotted Turkey Bones Science Experiment/Magic Trick .