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Passages: Wild Turkey Management and Restoration

Texas Forestry Museum

Sound | 1990s

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  •  History of wild turkeys in the United States 
  •  Capitol Hill in Washington, DC 
  •  The Wild Turkey Center, headquarters for the National Wild Turkey Federation in Edgefield, South Carolina 
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Produced by the National Wild Turkey Federation, “Passages” tells the tale of wild turkeys in the United States. A grandfather and his grandson spend time outdoors hunting together, providing the grandfather with the opportunity to share the history of turkeys with his grandson. For many years, hunting, wildfires, and other factors contributed to the turkey population decline. The film delves into various legislation, restoration programs, and management procedures to increase the population and to ensure the good health of the forest and its inhabitants.