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Discussion in 'Turkey Hunters Forum' started by chuck99z28, Sep 23, 2019.

  1. chuck99z28

    chuck99z28 New Member

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    Some wild turkey's came out of the woods for a visit.
     
  2. Packrattusnongratus

    Packrattusnongratus New Member

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    I wish I were in the country and had them so close. I had an uncle, John B Lewis, who as a biologist was in charge from many years of the Missouri wild turkey project. That was from the early 1950s until he retired. They were wildly successful and I believe in the 60s they traded a surplus of turkeys to Pennsylvania for an exchange of whitetail deer for "seeds". Both programs were successful as well. Be Well, Packrat.
     
  3. skiebuster

    skiebuster Elite Refuge Member

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    looks like supper.. nothing better tho to have wildlife running through your yard. makes life interesting
     
  4. soiltester

    soiltester Elite Refuge Member

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    Turkey 1.jpg

    Had 13 right by my house in the woods 2 days ago!! 1st seen since 1 hen at nesting time!!

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