So that you don't ever mistake a human for a gobbler,resulting in injury or a fatality, NWTF hunting-safety experts advise thefollowing:  BE AWARE. Realize that it can happen to you.  BE SKEPTICAL. Always question what you see and especially what you hear.Top-notch callers sound very much like the real thing.  CLOSE THE DISTANCE. Try to call a gobbler to within 40 yards or less,making identification easier.  MAKE A POSITIVE ID. If you see what you think is a turkey, be sure toidentify specific features such as its head, beard, wings, tail, and eye. Don'trely on just shape and color.