Ohioans can help track turkeys and ruffed grouses

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COLUMBUS — Citizen scientists can participate in surveying Ohio’s wild turkey and ruffed grouse populations by reporting sightings in July and August, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife.

Observations can be reported at wildohio.gov. Information collected for wild turkeys includes the number of gobblers, hens and young turkeys (poults) observed. Information collected for ruffed grouse include the number of adults and young observed. The date and the county where the observation occurred are recorded for both species.

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