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Turkey Hunting Will Come to Long Island This Spring, Though Maybe Not on the South Fork

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There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. 
Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. 
Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. 
Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. 
Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. 
Michael Wright Photo

There will be a spring turkey hunting season on Long Island for the first time this year, but East Hampton Town officials are reticent to allow hunting on public lands, in part due to fears of safety hazards threatening the health and safety of the growing numbers of residents on the South Fork in May. Michael Wright Photo

authorMichael Wright on Feb 15, 2023
New York State will allow a spring hunting season for wild turkeys for the first time this May — although neither Southampton Town nor East Hampton Town are likely to... more

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