Steve Sharp talks about the success of the reintroduction of the wild turkey in Michigan in 1954 and how the habitat has changed after the lumbering days. It went from pine forest that was lumbered to grasslands that were good for quail and pheasant, scrub brush that was good for woodcock and as the forest matured, it provided habitat for wild turkey. He demonstrates the difference between spring and fall turkey hunting and which calls are appropriate for either season. He also describes a little bit about the different species of turkey and some of the unique anatomical features.

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