Bennett says the department hopes to recruit about 50 volunteers. The plan calls for a two-pronged attack on area turkey nests. Department of Fish and Wildlife workers will destroy eggs and nests, while community volunteers will coat eggs with corn oil, which prevents the eggs from growing further. After the spring nesting season, the two different methods will be evaluated to see which proved more effective. Bennett thinks it will take about three years to see if the egg hunt is succeeding.