The Wisconsin DNR is reporting that fall turkey harvest and permit sales increased in 2020. They say that 4,600 birds were registered, which was a 21% increase from 2019’s total of 3,792 birds. The other number to increase this year was turkey harvest permit sales, which was a total of 81, 710 across the state. The DNR first initiated the fall turkey season in 1989 after an increase and expansion of the turkey population throughout the state.

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