Wild turkeys have established
themselves well in the area and it's common to see flocks of up
to twenty to thirty birds at a time. Mild winters, heavy mast crops
of oak and beech and light hunting pressure have all contributed
to population increases. Birds congregate in our area feeding on
planted food plots of corn, sorghum, buckwheat and millet. Adjoining
state hardwood forests also provide both food and cover. We have
the birds if you have the patience and skills to hunt this elusive
York State Turkey License Required!
The area encompasses over 400 acres of prime habitat for turkey. Food plots consist of corn, sorghum, buckwheat, and millet is planted throughout Ringneck Hunting Preserve. Cover consist of alfalfa, clover fields, wild apple orchards, hardwoods, and conifers.
- $50.00 per day.
- Additional Charge of $50.00 per turkey harvested for habitat improvement.
- We do not provide guide service. You are basically on your own.
Ray & Deb Kalwara
56 Olkowski Road
Candor, New York 13743
Open To The Public
September 1st thru April 15th