Indiana Residents Needed for Summer Turkey Brood Survey


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Indianapolis, IN – The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is calling on residents to assist with monitoring wild turkey broods this summer. The DNR’s state-wide Turkey Brood Survey requires participants to report sightings of wild turkey hens, with or without poults (young turkeys), from July 1 to August 31.

According to the DNR, these observations will help estimate wild turkey production and manage populations more effectively. The DNR encourages everyone to participate, noting that data collection is straightforward and can be done anywhere in the state. For more information and to submit observations, visit


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