LOL. I'm relieved all that calling practice won't sound so odd from now on, especially now that the windows are open for Spring. We're new to turkey hunting, new to hunting period and I've been running around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to line up everything so we can head up for Spring Gobbler. I will take this as a divine omen that we are on the right path.F-Troop79 said:awesome......catch me in a blind
That's about where we are. I saw a beaver in the road on Gray's Ferry a year ago. My neighbor said her neighbor took pictures of a deer going in and out of the backyards on her block. The wildlife is exploding around here and we are so dense packed in, just 2 miles from downtown. Feels dumb to drive all the way to Pike Countyhunt4ever said:I saw 2 big toms right at the grays ferry exit off schulkill couple weeks ago. I got pics. Will put them up later
Did he come from bartram gardens? That's the only place I can think of that's close by.WestPhillyFam said:This tom is turning into quite the legend around here. It turns out he got in a scuffle with another tom over at the public gardens nearby and disappeared into the safety of the mean streets. Everyone is out for a sighting now and watching as this soap opera unfolds. I was glad they took the time to publish an article detailing the protected nature of wild turkeys, though. A number of neighbors thought that he was domesticated and was from one of the local farms (yes, we have farms in the city) so I was a little afraid he might be taken for dinner or put in a cage with chickens but I think people are catching on to let him alone.