Wild Turkey Science

By Dr. Marcus Lashley & Dr. Will Gulsby

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Wild Turkey Science is a science-based podcast bringing you the latest research on wild turkey ecology and management. This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow and is part of the Natural Resources University podcast network.

Episode Date
You’ve got questions, here are our answers…
01:13:48

Thank you for the overwhelmingly positive feedback. We felt compelled to address major themes in the questions y’all gave us from the first topic series. Here we address several major questions and also highlight things brought to our attention by the audience.

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Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance) Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby) Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow) UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab)

This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow, a grassroots organization dedicated to the wild turkey. To learn more about TFT, go to turkeysfortomorrow.org.

Produced by Charlotte Nowak

Feb 02, 2023
What did we learn about the role of season frameworks?
01:11:05

Is the science settled? Will and Marcus have a deep discussion about what we learned from the first few episodes, what data we have, what is missing, and where we should go from here.

Paper: Considerations for Timing of Spring Wild Turkey Hunting Seasons in the Southeastern
United States

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Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance) Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby) Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow) UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab)

This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow, a grassroots organization dedicated to the wild turkey. To learn more about TFT, go to turkeysfortomorrow.org.

Produced by Charlotte Nowak

Jan 30, 2023
#03 | How could season frameworks affect wild turkey populations? ft. Dr. Mike Chamberlain
01:55:03

In this episode, Dr. Mike Chamberlain discusses various aspects of wild turkey biology and ecology, signs of problems across many states, how hunter harvest could be contributing to wild turkey decline, and potential solutions.

Paper: Status and distribution of wild turkeys in theUnited States in 2019

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Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance) Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby) UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab) Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow)

This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow, a grassroots organization dedicated to the wild turkey. To learn more about TFT, check out turkeysfortomorrow.org.

Jan 23, 2023
#02 | Wild turkey population dynamics and what the manipulative study of season dates in Mississippi tells us about the role of hunting, ft. Adam Butler
01:38:29

In this episode, Adam Butler gives us an historical context for wild turkey population dynamics and reveals results from the ongoing season date manipulation across several wild turkey populations in Mississippi. 

Paper: Considerations for Timing of Spring Wild Turkey Hunting Seasons in the Southeastern

United States 

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Click here to donate to wild turkey research.

Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance) Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby) UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab) Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow

This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow, a grassroots organization dedicated to the wild turkey. To learn more about TFT, check out turkeysfortomorrow.org.

Jan 23, 2023
#01 | What does the ongoing wild turkey research in Tennessee tell us about the impacts of season timing? ft. Dr. Craig Harper
01:13:53

In this episode, Dr. Craig Harper fills us in on their experimental manipulation of season dates across several counties in Tennessee and how it affected wild turkey productivity. We also cover several topics that are critical to understand about wild turkey populations.

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Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance) Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby) UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab) Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow)

This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow, a grassroots organization dedicated to the wild turkey. To learn more about TFT, check out turkeysfortomorrow.org.

Jan 23, 2023
#00 | What is Wild Turkey Science about?
20:14

In our inaugural episode, Marcus and Will discuss what we are trying to accomplish with this podcast and how it was made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow. Help us help turkeys by subscribing and sharing with your friends and family.

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Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance) Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby) UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab) Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow)

This podcast is made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow, a grassroots organization dedicated to the wild turkey. To learn more about TFT, go to turkeysfortomorrow.org.

Jan 22, 2023
Trailer | Wild Turkey Science
02:29

Here is a sneak peak of the upcoming episodes of Wild Turkey Science. Subscribe now because it’s going to get intense quick!

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Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance)

Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby)

Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow)

UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab)

Jan 20, 2023