Rather than waste time building a nest, female brown-headed cowbirds spend all their energy looking for other nests to lay their eggs in. Because of their extra energy, they lay up to as many as 3 dozen in a single summer. They abandon their young to the foster parents.
This is a different wild turkey, not the one I have usually seen in the cemetery. This turkey is smaller and has no beard. At first I thought it was a female, but now that I've looked at my photos, I do think it is another male.
One of my favorite trees in bud.