The first 10 years I had my farm there were quite a few turkeys on it in the spring. We had some great hunts. Since then, the bush honeysuckle has covered up everything that can't be mowed. Even under the cedar thickets these bushes have grown to where you can't see 20 yards. For the past 5 years, during spring and summer, the birds are not on my farm but they are on the surrounding farms that have cattle to keep the stuff beat down. The birds show up on my place when the honeysuckle loses it leaves and you can see through the woods again. We have shot 1 bird during spring in 5 years on the farm. Anyone else noticed any change in their birds due to these bushes? I cut and spray them but it's hard to get ahead of them on the hillsides. Anyway, that's the only thing that has changed on the place that I know of. Fall and winter there bunches of them and then it turns green and they leave. I can stand on top and watch and hear them next door but they just won't come to visit. Opinions?