Auburn researchers study turkeys and habitat for better understanding

Researchers under the direction of Dr. Will Gulsby, of Auburn University, recorded data from 490 hunter-donated gobbler carcasses this past spring, bringing the team’s two-year total to 910 carcasses collected […]

Low poult production rates are a concern for the future of wild turkeys.

Turkey habitat conference serves Alabama land managers, as Gulsby, Lybarger share strategies. Researchers in many areas are seeing poult production ratio of 2:1 poults per hen average, which yield a […]

Iowa researchers track mammal predator DNA

Monitoring the health of wild turkey populations is part of Dan Kaminski’s every day job. Kaminski is a wildlife research biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. He’s stationed […]

Study of turkeys in Kentucky expanded through funding from TFT

A study of hen turkeys expanded to include jakes and toms this year, thanks to funding from Turkeys For Tomorrow. Dr. Michael Chamberlain and his team from the University of […]

Tennessee nest cameras to offer revelations

Researchers in Tennessee used cameras at nearly 50 turkey nests in spring 2023 to document predator activity, turkey behavior, and hatching success. Dr. David Buehler and Dr. Craig Harper, both with the University of Tennessee, have been conducting […]

MSU researchers seek better ways to count poults

How do habitat and land management affect turkey population densities and growth? Dr. Dana Morin and Dr. Mark McConnell at Mississippi State University are using support from Turkeys For Tomorrow […]

Our chapters now number 14 and include eight states

AUBURN, Ala. — Enthusiasm for securing a strong future for wild turkeys is more powerful today than ever, a fact demonstrated by one conservation group’s continued growth. Not yet three […]

West Virginia chapter helps with public land habitat improvement

Members of TFT’s first chapter in West Virginia are already making a difference for turkeys. They recently  joined forces with members of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers (BHA) and added their […]

Two Rivers TFT chapter event a hit

Social mixers for the birds, just the way we like it A vibrant crowd of turkey hunters and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages got together at Hub City Brewing in […]

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