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MAKING TRACKS. Wild Turkey Management for the New Millennium. Proceedings of the Eighth National Wild Turkey Symposium Augusta, Georgia 5-9 June, 2000.

Porter, William F. and Kathleen K. Fleming (Editor)

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ISBN 10: 0971421404 / ISBN 13: 9780971421400
Published by National Wild Turkey Federation, Edgefield, SC, 2001
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Title: MAKING TRACKS. Wild Turkey Management for ...

Publisher: National Wild Turkey Federation, Edgefield, SC

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Fair

Edition: 1st Edition

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From the dust jacket: "The nation's most majestic game bird has made an incredible comeback from the brink of extinction. Wild turkey populations continue to grow and now number more than 5.4 million birds. As turkey populations increase, the nation's 2.6 million hunters will have more places to hunt and harvests should continue to increase accordingly in the near future. In the new millennium, the development and application of biological information will continue to be instrumental in managing habitat, turkey populations, and hunting. Previous National Wild Turkey Symposia have contributed significantly to understanding and managing the wild turkey. The Proceedings of the Eighth National Wild Turkey Symposium lays the groundwork for the 21st century in new advances presenting the first population dynamics studies based on long-term telemetry studies, the first look at habitat on a landscape scale using satellite imagery, and the first assessment of subspecies based on analysis of DNA. The symposium also fills important gaps, helping us to understand the physiological limits of the bird, the breadth of suitable habitat conditions, and the impacts of hunter harvest. The papers that were written and the work embraced by the scientific community that are included in this book are peer reviewed and are of tremendous value and interest to both lay people and the scientific community."

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