saying goes. They may not be able to smell, but according to the National Wild Turkey Federation, they can see about three times better than a human with 20/20 vision, they can see color to some degree, and with their eyes on the sides of their heads, can see at about a 270-degree angle. Any unanticipated motion sets off their alarm bells, and they're out of here. For turkey hunters, that means staying stock-still after setting up is the key to success.
To help you keep from wiggling and spooking birds, a comfortable, high-quality, portable turkey seat is so much better than sitting on the ground