Why is Spypoint camera fantastic for capturing birds and turkeys in winter?

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    Send some turkeys my way! The north Texas and southern Oklahoma population is abysmally small!

  • U.P.'s avatar

    @Isaac ...10-15 years ago it was the same here...now they are walking down city streets. Population boomed for some reason.

  • Isaac's avatar

    @U.P. around us, I think it is because the prevalence of wild hogs in addition to the rock bottom fur prices. Pigs are too adept at finding nests, native nest predator populations are SKY HIGH, and most of the trappers are gone with no prices to support them. I’m thinking of picking up trapping just to help a few areas out.

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    @Isaac .. Times have changed, man. People used to trap to earn a living and/or maybe make a few more dollars.... There's no money in it anymore. In my opinion, people do it for predator control now a days, because the states dont really manage wildlife anymore..

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