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Knowing where turkeys dine will help fill a late-season tag

If you want to capitalize on the turkey’s omnivorous nature, try to identify areas where both hens and toms like to feed, through direct observation or scouting sign. The more a spot offers in diversity of food sources, the better. Minnesota’s spring season ends May 31. (Contributed photo)
Turkeys are truly opportunistic feeders. They’ll survive all winter long in harsh northern climates by eating grains and hard mast, then switch to a protein-heavy diet throughout the summer that consists of all kinds of critters. Spring birds have a variety of food sources, some of which you would be well-served to key in on during the late season.
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