After a necessary hiatus, Turkey Tuesday is back and this one is about how access routes used by us hunters influence daily gobbling activity. Previous
We monitored status of wild turkeys throughout their range using data provided by state agency biologists. We found that many states were unable to provide
We used GPS data from hens translocated to east Texas to evaluate which landcover types they selected after release. We found that during the first
We used GPS telemetry and trail cameras to document instances of nest parasitism, which is when one hen lays eggs in the nest of another
We used GPS data from brooding hens to describe their movements and habitat selection, as well as instances where they revisited locations repeatedly – often
360 – What Are Fall Turkeys Doing with Dr. Mike Chamberlain From The Turkey Hunter: “Dr. Mike Chamberlain joins Cameron and Andy again this week.
We evaluated habitat selection of brooding hens relative to thermal conditions and vegetative cover. We found that brooding hens selected for cooler locations with greater
Episode #44: Dr. Mike Chamberlain From Living the Guide Life – “Chance Pratt is joined by the wild turkey doctor himself Dr. Mike Chamberlain. We
We assessed with exploratory analyses if weather during or prior to nesting predicted whether nests would be successful. We found
We examined habitat use of Gould’s wild turkeys, the most poorly understood subspecies. We found that Gould’s strongly selected for
This Turkey Tuesday is about how to improve the quality of forage plots planted for deer, only from a turkey’s
With deer season now on the brain, we hit up one of our favorite mature buck nerds, Dr. Mike Chamberlain
We examined recursive movements of broods, which are movements back to areas they’ve previously used. We found that ground roosting
We monitored broods during the first month after hatching to determine how their selection of habitats changed as they aged.