These turkeys have a rich reddish-buff color to their body feathers and the same color extends across the tips of their tail feathers. But the rest of the tail feathers are white. Their primary and secondary wing feathers are white and the hens tend to lighten in color as they age.
These turkeys contain the colors: black, gray, tan, and white. It looks somewhat similar to the Bronze but doesn’t have a coppery bronze. Instead, it is a steel-gray or dull black. They also have white-wing bars.
Slate or Blue Slate
The Blue Slate Turkeys, also called the Slate, Blue or Lavender Turkey, are a solid to ashy blue over its entire body. They may have black flecks. The toms are darker in color than the hens.
You guessed it, this turkey has snow-white feathers!
For Further Reading: Turkey Symbolism