See a wild turkey? Report it, please

Tom Jackson
May 30, 2014


See a turkey? Report a turkey.

It's not quite as well known as the Department of Homeland Security's "See something? Say something" campaign, but Ohio officials are hoping that people will report in when they spot wild turkeys. 

The Division of Wildlife is trying to figure out how many wild turkeys and ruffled grouse are in Ohio, and it relies on sightings of the two game birds reported in May, June, July and August. 

Turkey spotters can report their sightings at the Turkey Brood Survey website. 


Stop It

It's in taverns, bars and every liquor store in Ohio.


A couple on Hancock street!

JMOP's picture

I shouldn't have laughed, but I did.


Try looking in Washington D.C.


I have lived around here for over fifty years, have seen thousands of 'em. Only problem is I don't have time to get out of my truck, try to approach them and count males, females, young. This needs to be done by someone who has a lot of time on their hands.