Wilyspike, I keep track of their movements it helps when I have a good idea of where they might frequent certain times of the year. Of course friends telling me where animals have been seen often helps.
The major factor is I travel alone when taking photos in these areas and if possible never alert the animals to my presence. Kind of like hunting with a camera if you get my drift.
I have learned over the years that many animals will tolerate seeing you if you stay low and move very slow.
If you are a turkey hunter I'd say you shouldn't have any problem tagn out.
Man I live to hunt turkey
But as we all know where their at today they may not be tomorrow. Being out in the woods with the camera gives me the chance to keep track of their movements and scout for other critters also. Usually this time of year the first place I check are spring seeps and any crop fields that may have been left standing. Those area are usually turkey magnets.
There is a method to my madness!