The ocellated turkey is a species of turkey endemic to the Yucatán Peninsula - Mexico, Guatemala and Belize. These were photographed by ©Laura Quick in Tikal National Park, a UNESCO Heritage site in Northern Guatemala. Unlke the other breeds of turkeys you may be more familiar with, Ocellated turkeys are smaller ( more colorful with blue heads covered in orange and red caruncles, redskin around the eyes, red legs and lushly colored plumage. It’s name comes from the blue Ocelli, or eyes along the tips of the tom’s tail feathers - more famous and pronounced in the peacock.
A good link to more info about the Ocellated Turkey - blog.nature.org/science/2013/11/25/meet-the-ocellated-turkey/