Turkey Point is where, on spring evenings, many migratory and nesting songbirds, including the elusive black rail, can be seen and heard. From August to October fall-blooming wildflowers create a marvelous display. Here, along Johnson's Ditch, is also a renowned spot for crabbing. The Turkey Point Wildlife Area is the perfect spot to observe wildlife and listen to birds calling during mating season. Dawn to dusk is the suggested time for visiting Turkey Point, however the area is always open all year round. There is free admission, and restaurants in the area.