Sounds like, unlike most of you, my scouting is confined to "poking around" IN the turkey woods. With the truck parked at the property gate.
In scouting for my spring turkey season , I check field edges, logging roads looking for tracks and wing drag marks along with dust bowls.
In the fall, I hit the woods, checking the hardwood ridges,road beds, creek bottoms and I'm looking for scratching.Turkeys love creek bottoms full of Beech Trees and any acorns that are hitting the ground. It's pretty easy to tell where a flock of turkeys have feed along.
In either case it's eyes only as I never take a turkey call in the woods unless it's killing time. Do like to have a good set of "Walkers Game Ear Muffs" with me at fly-up/flydown time.... if I'm out at that time