Turkeys look. Turkeys listen. Wind makes it tough for them to do both. Wind-tossed tree branches make the woods a place of constant motion. There's often enough noise to challenge a turkey's hearing, and prey species require that ability. As a result, spring gobblers often move to calmer locations. Hollows, draws, and places out of the wind, will get their attention on such days. Don't squander hunting time elsewhere.