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WiseEye Tech helping aid field research

WiseEye Tech’s donation of 40 cameras to Turkeys For Tomorrow will help researchers working to solve the mystery of declining turkey populations. Science being conducted in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky is expected to help hunting conservationists improve turkey populations nationwide. WiseEye Tech cameras deliver their photos using cellular data, and the company’s photo management …

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A voice for Turkeys

Turkeys For Tomorrow message to be driven by Confluence, Tate

Two outdoor media engines will be pulling together to help ensure a bright future for wild turkeys. The Confluence Group is proud to announce its association with Kevin Tate and his agency, Tate Outdoor Communications. Together, they will be sharing the message of Turkeys For Tomorrow, a young, nonprofit organization whose mission is to secure the …

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Iowa DNR Research Update (Year 2)

Turkeys For Tomorrow’s focus on the conservation of the wild turkey is not limited to one region, we are working to save the wild turkey in all regions of North America. Our partners at the Iowa DNR have been implementing practices and conducting research for the past two years that is providing vital information to their biologists and enabling …

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Alabama Project Expansion

Wild Turkey Research Project Expansion

Turkeys For Tomorrow, the Alabama Wildlife Federation, the Alabama Farmer’s Federation, and the Alabama State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation recently agreed to increase funding for ongoing research in Alabama led by Dr. Will Gulsby at Auburn University. The multifaceted research project includes objectives related to determining factors driving gobbler abundance and distribution …

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LPDV Research (AL)

If you mentioned Lymphoproliferative disease virus, also known as LPDV, most turkey hunters would not be aware of what the virus was. LPDV is a virus that was first known to affect domestic turkeys in the 1970s. It first appeared in wild turkey populations in North America in Arkansas in 2009. With the decline of wild …

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Dave Annoucement


Turkeys for Tomorrow is proud to announce that Dave Owens of Cedartown, GA is the newest member of TFT’s board. Dave hails from Georgia but currently calls Cherokee, AL home. Dave’s passion for the wild turkey is evident in his dedication to conservation and all it encompasses. Dave  has a strong background in turkey hunting and is a …


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Board Member Announcement (Brad Clay)

The Officers and Board Members of Turkeys for Tomorrow (TFT) would like to announce Brad Clay of Edmond, OK has been selected as the newest TFT Board Member. Brad brings with him a devotion of wild turkey conservation and spreading the word of Christ. Brad enjoys speaking to large audiences and has utilized this talent to promote conservation, ethical …

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Terry Rohm

Board Member Announcement (Terry Rohm)

Turkeys for Tomorrow is proud to announce Terry Rohm to our Board of Directors. “Breaking daylight, the excitement, the anticipation of waiting to hear the first gobble of the morning is something you just can’t explain. As hunters and conservationists, we all need to do our part! Let’s ensure my grandkids, your grandkids, and generations …

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Preliminary Findings

Alabama Research Update (Year 1)

Since June 2020, Turkeys For Tomorrow has grown from the humble idea of 14 individuals into a nationally recognized organization participating in and funding turkey research throughout the country.  The driving force behind TFT is solely the conservation and preservation of the wild turkey.  From the onset of TFT, its founders vowed that the wild …

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