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With the 2005 spring gobbler season approaching, South Carolina's 50,000 turkey hunting enthusiasts should expect good turkey numbers in most parts of the state, according to the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.

With an exceptional reproductive season last year, turkey numbers in most parts of the state should be up, and DNR biologists expect harvest figures to increase this spring.

The only low point for the 2005 spring turkey season forecast is that there will be large numbers of young turkeys, and it is expected that the availability of mature gobblers will be similar to last year.

South Carolina's turkey population is estimated at just more than 100,000 birds.
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