In honor of Thanksgiving:
The giant birds of the Oakwood forest known as great gobblers are both prized for their meat and feared for their ferocity. The human villagers that live on the edge of the great woodland have a traditional hunt each autumn followed by a great feast where the roast bird is served alongside the bounty of the harvest.
Great gobblers live in the heart of old growth forests where they prey upon small critters such as squirrels and chipmunks. The gobbling noise that the birds let out when chasing down prey can be heard for miles and is said to drive those nearby to madness. Experienced hunters know to keep their distance from the beasts in order to avoid their strong wings and deadly beak, but foolish hunters meet their doom in a flurry of pecks after being knocked to the ground by a frenzied gobbler.