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Wild turkey numbers are falling in some parts of the US – the main reason may be habitat loss

By Marcus Lashley, Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology, University of Florida
William Gulsby, Associate Professor of Wildlife Management, Auburn University
Wild turkeys were overhunted across the US through the early 1900s, but made a strong comeback. Now, though, numbers are declining again. Two ecologists parse the evidence and offer an explanation.The Conversation

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