Sure enough, the presence of predators sometimes indicates a healthy habitat. Nevertheless, winged and four-footed predators kill potential turkey hatches, by eating eggs in some cases (coon, crow, possum, fox, and skunks), and young birds in others (coyotes, feral dogs, hawks, big owls, and bobcats). BRBB has posted here on his predator control efforts. Do the rest of you guys do any of it? As always, keep us posted here at the SZ on what you're seeing out there around turkey country.