ecology and management of the wild turkey in Missouri by P. D. Dalke

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Published by Conservation Commission, Federal Aid-Wildlife Program, State of Missouri in Jefferson City, Mo.? .

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Statementby Paul D. Dalke, A. Starker Leopold, David L Spencer.
SeriesTechnical bulletin (Conservation Commission) -- 1
ContributionsLeopold, A. Starker 1913-, Spencer, David L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSF507 .D35
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Pagination86 p. :
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21709898M

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OCLC Number: Description: 86 pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm. Contents: Status of the wild turkey in Missouri. Distribution and abundancy ; Present turkey population ; Factors affecting distribution and abundance of turkeys --Ecological ition and organization of winter flocks ; Winter flock range ; Influence of woods operations ; Food habits ; Breeding habits.

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Not much more than a half century ago, Missouri's wild turkey population was in danger of disappearing from the landscape. By the early s, it was estimated that fewer than 2, turkeys were left in only 14 Missouri counties. Their restoration is one of the state's great conservation success ri is home to the eastern subspecies of wild turkey, one of five subspecies native to.

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Price New from Used from Author: Larry D Vangilder. The National Wild Turkey Federation and the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks are collaborating to improve habitat and hunting quality in the Charles Ray Nix Wildlife Management Area.

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It doesn’t make a difference--nesting, brooding and shrubby cover is the same for quail in Alabama and Missouri. Adult wild turkey males are very large and dark with a bare, red and blue head, with red wattles on the throat and neck. They have long legs. The feathers are bronzy and iridescent.

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The Ecology & Management of the Wild Turkey in Missouri: turkey behavior and biology, the latest wild turkey research for hunters, equipment, destinations, and hunting ethics. Woodlands Management To provide a dependable source of woodland forage for turkeys, landowners should strive for an equal distribution of age and size classes of trees on their timbered lands.

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Through. Don’t believe me, then ask Ray Eye or any other old Missouri turkey hunter. The plan as written contains good wild turkey ecology information and is a must read for all Wisconsin turkey hunters. However, it is, perhaps intentionally vague about specific future management strategies.

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