The Scrub Turkey is commonly found along the east coast of Australia. They build large nests on the ground consisting of leaf mulch and other debris that can be scratched up. These nests can measure up to four metres wide and a couple of metres high. The nests are used generation after generation and sometimes can be occupied by several egg laying birds at the same time. From Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, and Mar. the turkeys lay their eggs deep inside the mound. These eggs usually number over 14 in one batch and as many as 25 eggs . . .