Week 5’s topic of Cocktails & Conservation brings us to a concern of many, especially us here at the NWTF – localized turkey decline. Dr. Mike Chamberlain and Dr Bret Collier will talk habitat, management, weather, diseases, predation and more in this can’t miss episode.
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Buy Chufa and other seed today by visiting seedstore.nwtf.org. (must have NWTF member ID to set up login)