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.
Once again, Hello! Hope all are surviving the cold and ice; it’s been brutal, hasn’t it? At night I can see a flock of turkeys roosting in the trees behind the house and I can only wonder how in the heck they don’t freeze up and fall off their limb. Anyway, this...
Jenia Canel and Chad Stearns of the “Living the Dream” are shown here receiving a donation from Gary & Carol Maas from MWTHA North-Central Chapter.
The North West Chapter of the Michigan Wild Turkey Hunters Association donated a safe to Clare High School’s clay target team.
The Michigan Wild Turkey Hunters Association was proud to donate a framed set of all our “patches” to Jeff Poet of Jay’s Sporting Goods. Stop by to see them!
After 35 years of existence, the Pere Marquette Chapter will no longer exist. Quite simply no one has stepped forward to maintain our chapter. I wish a very sincere Thank You to those of you who stepped forward to make the operation of our chapter possible.
The Secretary/Treasurer of the state chapter is the glue that holds our organization together. It is not an easy task to keep track of membership and dues, paying necessary bills such as printing Turkey Tracks twice a year. There are reports that must be sent to both...
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.
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