- The Flocks of Autumn. Peterson, Troy // Bowhunter;2005 Whitetail Special, p146
Focuses on the significance of turkeys in deer hunting during autumn.
- Wild card. Sullivan, Mark T. // Outdoor Life;Mar97, Vol. 199 Issue 3, p50
Describes hunting techniques for elks, turkeys and gobblers. Elk hunting using turkey-style; Similarity between elk hunting and turkey hunting; Use of Woods Wise Calls; Techniques of calling.
- Colorful Spring Combo. // Bowhunter;Feb/Mar2001, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p54
Describes the experiences of a bowhunter in hunting spotted axis deer and turkeys in the central region of Texas in the spring.
- A High Pop. Burch, Monte // Field & Stream;Feb2012, Vol. 116 Issue 9, p36
The article offers information on the elevated platform consisting of pop-up blind for deer and turkey hunting.
- EASILY DISTRACTED. Bestul, Scott // Outdoor Life;Oct2003, Vol. 210 Issue 8, p84
Presents issues and topics related to hunting in the U.S. Southern counties where private landowners register the most crop damage complaints due to turkey hunting; Information on the annual Camp Riley archery hunt in Minnesota; Counties which were recognized for producing big deer.
- 2015 BC HUNTING FORECAST. HARRIS, BRIAN // BC Outdoors Hunting & Shooting;Fall 2015, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p32
The article presents an overview of the hunting forecast in British Columbia in 2015 including for deer, elk, and turkey hunters.
- Braggin' Board. // Outdoor Life;2011 Supplement, p18
Several photographs of readers, who hunted deer and turkey, are presented.
- Plant It, manage It, HARVEST IT. Herald, Tim // Hunt Club Digest;Winter2003, p62
Native Americans called what is present-day Kentucky "The Happy Hunting Ground." During the push westward and the settlement of the U.S., much of the game was shot out of the state. Elk and bison became extinct and whitetail deer and wild turkey populations plummeted. Over the last 30 years...
- Head for the Fence. Galea, Steve // Ontario Out of Doors;May2008, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p20
The article provides suggestions for hunting turkey and deer. It is mentioned that both species will, if given an opportunity, use the path of least resistance which makes them susceptible to ambushes at gaps, breaks or low points in fences. Sometimes this may not be possible and deer hair...