Wild Turkey Management
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Land Management Tips
Land Management for Turkeys and Doves on a Budget
While you're chasing longbeards, start thinking about where you'll dove hunt next year. A few hours mowing and applying herbicide in the spring can get you ready for a fun time in the dove field while also helping wild turkey poults. Read more.
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North American Wild Turkey Management Plan
As wild turkey populations increase across North America, it's important to look toward the future of wild turkey management to ensure North America's largest game bird for generations to come. Enter the North American Wild Turkey Management Plan. The NAWTMP addresses wild turkeys on international, national, regional and local levels. Read more.
Regional Habitat Programs
•If you want to attract and keep turkeys on you land, planting Turkey Gold® Chufa should be a part of your habitat management plan. Learn more about chufa.
•Sawtooth oak is an oak tree species that bears acorns at a much earlier age than the usual 20-30 years. Follow these tips to have a successful planting of sawtooth oak. Read more.
•In the scheme of nature, relationships revolve around one animal eating another animal. It's eat or be eaten. This food web begins with microscopic plants, extends through various levels of animals, depending on the ecosystem, and results in a series of predator-prey relationships. A predator lives by killing and eating other species which are called prey. Wild turkeys eat insects and other small animals, so they are predators, in a sense, but they become the prey of
other birds, reptiles or mammals. Read more.
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