Wild turkeys in Massachusetts by the numbers


wild turkeys were brought to Western Massachusetts from New York in the 1970s after an absence of 120 years.


were transplanted to other parts of the state between the 1970s and 1990s.



wild turkeys are now believed to be living in Massachusetts.


were taken in last year’s spring hunt.


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were taken in last year’s fall hunt.

Source: Mass. Division of Fisheries & Wildlife

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