(Host) The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is launching its annual online wild turkey brood survey, and it’s asking for input from the public.
Director of Wildlife Mark Scott says if you see wild turkeys next month, you can help by reporting your sightings in the survey online.
(Scott) "Anytime we can get citizens and people out there helping us collect data, I think that’s a plus. It’s a plus for the wildlife and it’s a plus for the people. We know people care a lot about wildlife whether they hunt or fish and this is a neat project and whether you’re a hunter or a bird watcher you can help contribute to the management of Vermont’s wild turkey."
The turkey brood survey will be on the department’s website, and you can find a link here.