Rio Grande Turkey Hunt
The Rio Grande wild turkey, native to the central plain states, was first described in 1879, and has relatively long legs, better adapted to a prairie habitat. Its body feathers often have a green-coppery sheen. The tips of the tail and lower back feathers are a buff-to-very light tan color. Its habitats are brush areas next to streams, rivers or mesquite, pine and scrub oak forests. The Rio Grande turkey makes for an amazing hunt.
Turkey Hunting Seasons:
The 2017-2018 Turkey Hunting Season dates haven’t been confirmed by TWPD, however their “probable” dates are listed below.
Fall season: Nov. 4, 2017 – Jan. 7, 2018
Spring season Mar. 17– April 29, 2018
- Rio Grande Turkey: $350
*price excludes lodging and guide fees
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