Well that spell of cold weather last week (low's in the 20's for a couple nights in a row) seems to have bumped the flocks I've been hunting into different patterns. They've abandoned the pastures they were frequenting, and the associated nearby roosts. They've also been very quiet recently, I know they're still around as I keep finding fresh scratchings and sign, but I haven't heard any birds or had any responses the past 2 times out. I have a feeling they've moved into the corn fields, and today while hunting I found a couple roost sites that had been recently used near standing corn. I took a little walk through the corn and found several areas trampled down by deer that were full of turkey droppings, but no birds seen or heard. I'm sure they're feeding in the corn, and will try one of these new roost sites the next time I'm out. (I have yet to set up on a roost that actually has birds on it in the morning, sometimes i swear the turkeys have a contact in my house letting them know which one I'll be sitting at...). Anyone else seeing changes in feeding locations? Once the corn comes out it should get easier, will at least be able to glass birds in the evening feeding and see which roost they're heading towards.