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Hello Gents,

We are landowners in Livingston county. I have heard from various sources that eastern wild turkey relocation to certain landowners properties can be performed. I think this is done through cooperation with the local DNR and the local NWTF chapter.

Does anyone have any additional information about how I can coordinate this relocation effort? We think that our property, and its surrounding area, can support a few healthy birds.

Thanks in advance,
RUPP
 

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rupp.....i have personally seen wild turkey at the M59-US23 interchange . I dont know how far you are from there but i would say .......be patient they will come
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Your best bet would be to contact the District Biologist in your area to see if there is anything in the future planned for relocation.
 

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Thanks gentlemen,

Bronc. Yes the turks are near, maybe under 15 miles from me. I think it would be excellent to have them even closer. We have the habitat here, big roosting trees, a turkey guzzler, grassy open areas and we do food plots every year.

I'll try the local DNR District office. I'll let you guys know how things go.

Thanks,
RUPP
 
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