Spring Turkey Hunting's First 35 Years
- My life as a bump on a log. Fergus, Jim // Outdoor Life;Jul94, Vol. 194 Issue 1, p30
Presents the author's experiences while hunting for Osceola or wild turkeys in south-central Florida. Turkey hunting as too sedentary; Spring hunting as lucrative; Gear required; Use of push-button calls to simulate the sound of two turkeys squabbling; Investigation of other animals of the noise.
- Gobblers: Dumb and dumber? Zumbo, Jim // Outdoor Life;May95, Vol. 195 Issue 5, p32
Focuses on wild turkey hunting. Intelligence of gobblers; Subspecies of turkeys; Stalking turkeys. INSET: Talking stalk..
- Northward Bound. Perich, Shawn // Outdoor Life;Apr99, Vol. 203 Issue 3, p99
Discusses the increase in the number of huntable wild turkeys in Minnesota. Factor for the survival of the turkeys in the area; Plan of biologists to move the trap-and transfer program on moving birds to areas that do not hold turkeys; Areas where the project where transferred.
- Breeding success. Absher, J.R. // Outdoor Life;Mar98, Vol. 201 Issue 2, p22
Reports on the growth of the wild turkey population in the United States from the 1950s to the 1990s. Rate of the turkey population increase; Population of the combined wild turkey species; Increasing in number of turkey hunters.
- The Dance. Crews, Annette // Bowhunter;Apr/May2001, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p54
Relates an experience on turkey hunting in Washington. Appreciation for the dance performance of the tom turkey; Knowledge and skills in turkey calling techniques; Experience in cooking a wild turkey.
- STREAK OF GREAT GOBBLER GUNNING TO CONTINUE. McCoy, John // Field & Stream;Apr2001, Vol. 105 Issue 12, p86
Reports on the prospects for turkey hunting in Pennsylvania after a slightly lower harvest in fall 1999.
- West virginia woods teem with gullible gobblers. McCoy, John // Field & Stream;Apr2001, Vol. 105 Issue 12, p89
Reports on the projected increase in the population of turkeys available for hunters in West Virginia for spring 2001.
- New York Turkey in Minnesota. Joel J. Hafermann // Conservationist;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p48
Presents a letter to the editor in the November 1989 issue of the 'Conservationist' journal about the first turkey season in the Minnesota River Valley in 1989.
- The OCCASIONAL FAMILY. MCKEAN, ANDREW // Outdoor Life;Mar2014, Vol. 221 Issue 3, p44
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being a part of a group of turkey hunters.
- Fooling fringe gobblers. // Outdoor Life;Mar95, Vol. 195 Issue 3, p91
Offers advice on how hunters can catch wild turkeys.