Monday, May 29th, 2023
Monday, May 29th, 2023

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Multi-state wild turkey research looks for answers to declining populations

With many states across the country experiencing a decline in wild turkey populations, the National Wild Turkey Federation and state agencies are deeply invested in better understanding what is happening to one of America’s favorite game birds.
A Tennessee-Kentucky collaborative banding project is in the second year of its four-year duration and is one year closer to better understanding harvest and survival information that may be impacting populations. 

NWTF celebrates release of Wildlife Restoration Act funds

EDGEFIELD, S.C. — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke formally announced the release of $1.1 billion from the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act on Tuesday, June 13 that will continue to support fish, wildlife and habitat conservation. Prior to the announcement, Zinke met with a group of hunting and conservation representatives, including local National Wild Turkey Federation representatives Fred

Harling named director of Hunting Heritage Programs at NWTF

EDGEFIELD, S.C. — Becky Humphries, new CEO of the National Wild Turkey Federation, recently announced Mandy Harling as the director of Hunting Heritage Programs. In her new role, Harling will supervise the staff and programming for hunting heritage, the NWTF Winchester Museum and education and outreach on the NWTF’s Hunting Heritage Center in Edgefield. Since being name the

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