CALANDRELLI: With the size of Missouri gobblers, you would think they are louder but a lot of the volume has to do with where they are located—flat open fields, woods hollows, flat woods. If you could plop a New England turkey into Missouri, I believe that the gobbles would resonate exactly the same. I have had many experiences when I could not believe how loud a bird’s gobbling or drumming has sounded in certain situations. Twice I’ve actually climbed the wrong mountain. In both situations I would have sworn that a gobbler was sounding off on my side of the hill. When I got to the top he was across the ravine on the opposite mountain. The echo totally fooled me.