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Web-Based Turkey Monitoring Program Begins

By Helen Brody (May 15, 2012)

The New Hampshire Fish & Game Department is tracking turkey families. The department is seeking the public’s help in conducting a survey of turkey broods – a family of young turkeys accompanied by a hen.

The online survey is being conducted through August 31, 2012 at

Last year (2011), a total 808 turkey broods were reported. Over half were seen in the southern part of the state. This year biologists are hoping to see an increase in other areas, particularly in the northern and western parts of the state. (AP clip) Photo credit: Cornell Lab of Ornithology


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