wild turkeys are highly evolved pack animals. They are very difficult to hunt due to the fact that they change habitat patterns frequently and they use sentries to alert the group if danger is near. Domestic turkeys on the other hand are bred for larger breast and thy meat verse survival instincts rendering them genetically inferior to there wild cousins. Wild turkeys get a bad rap from there banjo wielding cousins.
Wild ones are fascinating, and I would not consider them as dumb at all. They are known to be extremely hard to hunt.
The wild ones have a appetite for that loathsome arachnid, the common wood tick. Good birds to have around.
The domestic ones are made to be eaten, and Darwin's laws don't factor in their wayward evolution.