Turkeys take to the air in Freeport, Maine.
The restocking of wild turkeys - once nearly wiped off America's landscape - has been a conservation success story.
But has this program become too successful? Some people, especially in Maine, think so.
Turkeys had nearly disappeared from the Pine Tree State in the early 1800s, said Brad Allen, a wildlife biologist with the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. It took 150 years before someone did something about it. In 1977, 41 turkeys were brought in from Vermont. ...