Wild turkey tracks typically range between 4 1/4” to 5 1/4” wide by 4” to 5” inches long, according to master tracker, Paul Rezendes.
Tracking the wild turkey
Recent snowy wanderings revealed something afoot in my Pike County neighborhood. Meleagris gallopovo had been about, stamping evidence of winter ramblings into the freshly deposited fluff. Another sign of wild turkey presence was an area of disturbed earth, where the leaf litter had been kicked up and heedlessly redistributed as the birds sought nourishment.