Wild Turkey Ecology and Damage Management

SKU G3997-010

Author(s) David Drake, Cassandra Bublitz, Mike Preisler, Jason Suckow, Brad Koele.

In the tenth publication in the Living with Wildlife in Wisconsin series, the authors describe the life, habits, and habitat of wild turkeys. They suggest nonlethal ways of mitigating the damage that wild turkeys may cause, including harassment, exclusion, repellant, and cultural modification. The most used form of lethal control is the regulated hunting season (4 pages; 2013).