The Future of Conservation Delivery
Wild turkeys and other upland species are suffering population declines in many areas of the country due to habitat degradation and loss. Focusing management efforts in the places that are most critical for wild turkeys and the upland species that share their habitat will have a significant, long-lasting impact on the resource.
The NWTFs expert biologists, foresters and data specialists have identified the geographic areas with the greatest potential to improve and sustain wild turkey populations and associated upland species habitats. These focal landscapes were determined using biological, cultural and geographic factors and are not confined by state lines. Its allowing science to determine whats best for wildlife and where the NWTFs work will make the most difference to future generations of conservationists.
Focal areas will serve as a basis for regional conservation delivery, as well as targeted fundraising for specific habitat needs. It is not a map that will gather dust in the corner, but a dynamic process that allows the NWTF to shift its attention and resources where habitat work is needed most, as we strive to do whats best for the long-term future of wild turkeys.
Heres to a more focused future for the benefit of wildlife.