“Deer & Turkey Management Beyond Food Plots” is your guide to forest management, oaks, fruits, minerals, predators and more to help you get the most out of your wildlife and habitat management objectives.
Written by Kent Kammermeyer and Reggie Thackston with a foreword by Joe Hamilton, this book can help you be a hunter and a wildlife manager. It contains complete and comprehensive management information within 200 pages packed with information and hundreds of color photos.
“Deer and turkey hunters almost always think about management aspects, whether it’s to have bigger deer or more turkeys or just to improve habitat,” says Gordy Krahn, Editor of Deer & Deer Hunting. “When we’re sitting in a blind, listening to turkeys gobble, watching quail or pheasants flush or just relaxing at home, some aspect of management often creeps into our minds. This book is easy to read and implement, which can help you put some of those ideas into action!”
Deer & Turkey Management Beyond Food Plots has 16 chapters that are written and edited by two well-known certified wildlife biologists, and are easy to read and comprehend. The book’s information covers the Southeast, Northeast and Midwestern U.S.