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THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: A spring morning in the life of a gobbler

May 11, 2013
By STEVE SORENSEN , The Times Observer

At 5:38 a.m. on Friday, May 3, a gobbler pulls his head out from under his wing. He listens. Songbirds. Then a few crows squawk. He strains to hear that soft, seductive voice of a pretty hen. In a nearby tree, another gobbler utters a low yelp, almost imperceptible. That's all he hears.



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