Seeing and hearing a wild turkey in the woods is one of the most memorable outdoor experiences you can have. They have become a familiar sight, but that wasn’t the case 100 years ago.
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Dr. Bret Collier and Dr. Michael Chamberlain are back again to discuss research on hunter interactions with the birds we love to chase! You won’t want to miss this one as it could make you a better hunter.
1 year ago
It’s become the highlight of turkey season, guiding the guider. Every spring, in just one season, years of memories are made. Toxey, Neill and Daniel Haas give back to “Papaw,” the one who fostered their passion for the outdoors, especially the wild turkey. Mr. Fox has his 72nd consecutive, successful turkey season.
7 months ago
The NWTF is partnering with the American Forest Foundation, Buffalo Trace Distillery, Independent Stave Co. – Log Procurement & Sales, University of Kentucky, and many more stakeholders as part of the White Oak Initiative to help Rescue our White Oak Forests. We risk losing what we thought was a resilient tree species as Regeneration and Recruitment of saplings is failing. This will cause a potential catastrophic change to wildlife communities and native fauna that depend on the White Oak, which is considered as the most ecologically important tree species in the Eastern US.