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Where do turkeys usually go after they have flown down and left the roost site?

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  • Where do turkeys usually go after they have flown down and left the roost site?

    Where do turkeys usually go after they have flown down and left the roost site?

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    During the spring mating season, the gobbler will go with his hens to a favorite feeding and strutting area. The rest of the year, it's all about food---whatever is plentiful at the time, as they are opportunistic foragers.

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      Lookin' for love in all the right places--and in one wrong place if I have any say in the matter.

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        He'll usually fly down and begin to strut, then he'll go to a feeding area later in the morning after breeding as many hens as possible. Try to pattern the bird before the season starts, it can be a big advantage.

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