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Monday, July 15th, 2024

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New York managers ask avid hunters their concerns, perceptions about turkeys in the state

“The DEC is not at the point of considering regulatory changes,” said Josh Stiller, New York DEC wildlife biologist. “The focus groups and subsequent surveys will help the DEC understand the public’s concerns." (Stock photo)

An editor contacted me in late January, asking if I would write an article for his publication. It had a spring publication date, so he asked if I would write an article on turkey hunting. I had carte blanche on the specific topic, but as an aside, he asked me, “Have you been seeing less turkeys while you have been deer hunting?”

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