At my camp in Southeast Highland County, this picture shows the population of turkeys that I was used to in 2016. Something changed after that year and I am not sure what happened. I would get in the tree stand to deer hunt and groups as large as this one would walk by throughout the day. And they could be seen in the bean fields when just driving down the road. These large groups are no longer around. Just small groups of 3-5 are seen and that is not often. I am sure that it is not hunting pressure. It is a region of privately owned smaller 20-80 acre parcels of wilderness camps and farms and everyone knows everyone and camera surveillance is extensive by most owners. Raccoons have always been around. And bobcats have been showing up on many cameras for the past few years which is new to the area. Is it reasonable to assume that the bobcats are responsible for the decline in turkey numbers?