As these years roll by we have lost some of our pioneers in the restoration of Wild Turkeys in Michigan. These are the people who gave of their time, personal funds and resources to give those first Wild Turkeys a foothold, that has turned out to be beyond our wildest expectations.
In the March, 2006 issue of Michigan Turkey Tracks we wrote of the demise of Pigeon River Country State Forest.In the article were listed specific problems that endangered the “Big Wild”, one of the most unique forests on this planet.
During the 26th Wild Turkey Hunters Rendezvous, which was held on March 31 at Baldwin we presented three awards to three well deserving people.
A certificate of Professional Excellence was presented to Ruthann French, a DNR wildlife technician who has worked
As this is being written in mid July, after months of study and talk House Bill 4624 that will increase hunting license fees and Senate Bill 406 that will increase fishing license fees have been introduced in the legislature.
The fee schedule is complex but as an example a resident turkey license will increase by increment
Our wish is that each and everyone had a successful turkey hunt this past spring whether or not you outsmarted that old gobbler. There is no other experience like being in the woods and fields at the first crack of daylight to experience the outdoors world awaking. Think of the anticipation as a nearby gobbler greeting the morning light.