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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Conservation 2


New proposed bill aims to repeal Pittman-Robertson Act Turkeys For Tomorrow encourages everyone to TAKE ACTION TODAY and protect conservation and your freedom to hunt! Use the link below and OPPOSE this Anti-Conservation Bill in Congress Now!   For 85 years in the United States, the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act, also known as the …



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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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 …


Summer Management

Summer Turkey Management

By early June turkey season has come to an end except for a few northeastern states. However, the ending of turkey season doesn’t mean we need to shift our focus away from turkeys.It should be the exact opposite. We should turn our attention and focus on poult recruitment. Hens in your area may still be nesting or they …

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Why Join Turkeys for Tomorrow?

WELCOME TO TURKEYS FOR TOMORROW   What is Turkeys For Tomorrow? How did TFT get started? TFT is a 501c3 non-profit conservation organization that was formed by a group of 14 veteran turkey hunters who were concerned about the decline of wild turkeys in areas they hunted. (June 2020) During that meeting the original 14 founders of …

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Alabama Research Announcement

TFT is off and running: Three Turkey Research Projects Will Begin Soon

Many thanks to each of you who showed you care about the plight of wild turkeys by partnering with us in TFT. This organization is only seven months old, and your contributions are already making a difference. Because turkeys are important to you and you’ve proved it, TFT has gained enough revenue to partner with …

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If Not You–Who??? Why You Should Join TFT

In June, 2020, I participated in a reunion of old friends hosted by Robert and Hilda Pitman at White Oak Plantation near Tuskegee, Alabama. The idea was to relive the good old days shared by friends in the turkey woods, deer stand, duck blind and chasing bugles. Most of the attendees had been my friends …

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Status of the Wild Turkey, TFT Thoughts

Most turkey hunters know the comeback story of the wild turkey. From a scant few thousand birds nationwide, numbers increased to nearly 7 million. However, in the early years of this century, that meteoric rise peaked in many regions. Most turkey biologists agree we’re now down to somewhere around 6 million birds nationwide. Maybe fewer. …

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