We are having a wicked winter in the Northeast. I have a place in Upstate NY that has been in the worst deep freeze I can remember. Lots of snow, ice, and many consecutive weeks with strings of single digit temps. Just wondering how bad this is going to hurt the turkey and deer population. I'm less worried about the deer. I just can't imagine how the hell young turkeys can survive a winter like this. Any opinions? Anyone in the Northeast seeing any turkey's these days?... I'm going up this weekend to dump a few hundred pounds of corn. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!