I had another interesting Sunday morning yesterday fall wild turkey hunting. I went after North America’s largest upland game bird amid a grove of young aronia berry bushes that a landowner friend of mine is growing in northern Douglas County. It was sure a gorgeous morning walking in to set up as the sun was rising over that aronia berry bush grove.
One of the things I enjoy about hunting, especially for turkeys, is going to different spots and taking in all of the scenery such as the uniqueness of the aronia berry grove with fall foliage beginning to emerge in the woodlands surrounding it.
The other thing that is so cool about hunting different locations is the variance in wildlife you see. I hadn’t seen these interesting birds – turkey vultures – on a prior wild fall wild turkey hunt. There’s just something special about watching wildlife on any hunt.
Of course, success bagging your quarry on the hunt is always nice, too.