Apr 17, 2023
In this episode, we discuss the large-scale habitat
changes that may have contributed to wild turkey decline, key
management strategies that shifted the landscapes, what changes
contributed to habitat loss, and what we can do to save the poults
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of 3 exotic, invasive grasses in the southeastern United States on
wildlife." Wildlife Society Bulletin 37.3 (2013): 497-502.
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wildlife habitat in the southeastern United States." Wildlife
Society Bulletin (1997): 773-775.
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around United States’ protected areas." Biological Conservation 184
Darrell E., et al. "Land changes and their driving forces in the
Southeastern United States." Regional Environmental Change 10
Gregory J., and Marc D. Abrams. "The demise of fire and
“mesophication” of forests in the eastern United States."
BioScience 58.2 (2008): 123-138.
Jerry A., Stephen V. Stehman, and Thomas R. Loveland. "Landscape
trends in mid-Atlantic and southeastern United States ecoregions."
Environmental Management 32 (2003): 572-588.
Dr. Marcus Lashley (DrDisturbance)
Dr. Will Gulsby (dr_will_gulsby)
Turkeys for Tomorrow (turkeysfortomorrow)
UF DEER Lab (ufdeerlab)
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