Vermont’s Arthur Davis Wildlife Management Area in Reading (7,788 acres) and Coolidge State Forest in Plymouth and Shrewsbury (18,511 acres) offer a broad swath of superb wild turkey hunting. Mixed hardwood and softwood forests are ideal habitat, and wildlife biologists expect wild turkey numbers to continue to grow in both areas. Contact: John Hall, information specialist, Fish and Wildlife Department (103 South Main St., 10 South, Waterbury, VT 05671; 802-241-3700).