Michigan Wild Turkey

What We Do

The Michigan Wild Turkey Hunters Association works to promote the wise conservation of and future success of the Wild Turkey of Michigan. We invite you to become involved in taking a role in improving the habitat for this majestic bird so that all can enjoy.

Find Out More

Spring 2017 Update

As we get through the final months of what really has been a fairly mild winter and head into another spring hunting season, the impact of what can only be described as the collapse of several of MWTHA’s chapters in northern Michigan, and two very hard winters in a...

read more
The Sound of Silence

The Sound of Silence

For the past 21 years, we have published Michigan Turkey Tracks twice a year. Copies are sent to key Michigan DNR administrators, outdoor publications, other media, outdoor writers, selected politicians including the governor, our members, Michigan United Conservation...

read more

Get Involved And Make A Difference

Another hunting season is about over, and after all these years I still get excited about being in the woods. Many ask me what my favorite hunting season is and after some thought, I still say the one that is open now. I just love to hunt. I love the fellowship and...

read more

Previous Issue

Why?

As I sit here daydreaming about this coming hunting seasons I find myself pondering the unanswerable questions of the word “WHY”. I know we all do it and it starts at a very young age. Those with young children and grandkids will know what I’m talking about. Why. Why....

read more

Popular Articles

Where the money isn’t going

Where the money isn’t going

The Wild Turkey Fund was established in 1977 from revenue derived from the sale of a special turkey hunting license. It is restricted to be used for scientific research, biological survey work on Wild Turkeys and turkey management.

read more

Don’t eat the wild turkeys

The headlines from an Associated Press 9/7/04 article read “Dioxin Taints State Game Along The Tittabawassee River.” Upon reading the article it was learned that the state had issued a health advisory warning not to consume deer, Wild Turkey or squirrel harvested in or near at least 22 miles of the flood plain below Midland due to Dioxin poisoning from Dow Chemical. Fish consumption advisories had already been issued for the Tittabawassee River, Saginaw River and Saginaw Bay. This was the first time that an

read more

Support Us!

Please help support our efforts.

Recent Comments

    Previous Issues