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Wild Turkey Forensics (Mississippi Project Announcement)

*Pictured above left to right Adam Butler, Dr. Dana Morin, Mark Yarborough, Chase Grubbs* Novel Approaches to Estimating Wild Turkey Population Parameters Turkeys for Tomorrow (TFT), has partnered with Mississippi State University and the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to fund cutting edge wild turkey research in the Magnolia State. This project will use …

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COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (KENTUCKY)

Project between the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Tennessee Tech University, and The University of Georgia Turkeys for Tomorrow (TFT), has partnered with The Hunting Public to fund wild turkey research in Kentucky due to a noticeable decline in the Bluegrass state’s population in recent years. Like many other states, Kentucky is interested …

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Restoring the Wild Turkey

State wildlife agencies have the statutory authority and responsibility to manage and protect wild turkey resources. Under the Public Trust Doctrine, the title to all wild animals is vested in the states, which manage wildlife resources for the benefit of the people. The North American Model of Wildlife Management is one of the greatest success …

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