First of all welcome to the site. I hope that you'll stick around. This time of year many folks are very busy with summertime activities but you'll see much more activity as a chill in the air signals that hunting season is on the way.
I've been a fall turkey hunter for many years and frankly, enjoy it as much and many times more than the spring season. One reason is the large number of turkeys that I see, hear and am able to really observe each year.
I've often seen flocks of 50-100 in the fall season and many times, have been right in the middle of them. I see both sexes of turkeys in these large flocks in the fall. It's pretty easy to tell the difference in them because even when the jakes are this young, they are still much larger than the hens.
I've also seen small flocks of jakes together. By small, I mean 4-10. This year, I'm seeing more gobblers in fields than I have ever seen at this time of year. I'm seeing large gobblers, either individually or 3 to 4 together and I've seen a couple strut. That's kind of unusual activity for this time of year.
I hope you'll consider hunting turkeys this fall. It's a great time to be in the woods and to really get to know those birds.
"If he's out of range, it just means that he has another day and so do you."