DVD Easton Bowhunting TV Best of Turkey 1 DVD 14 hunts

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DVD Easton Best of Turkey 1 DVD set. Watch Fred Eichler on 14 successful turkey hunts. See Merriams, Eastern, Rio Grande and Osceola in this DVD

DVD Easton Bowhunting TV Best of Turkey 1 DVD 14 hunts

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Join host Fred Eichler on 14 successful hunts for Osceola, Eastern, Rio Grande, and Merriam's Turkeys.

If you do not already have the other titles in the Easton Bowhunting TV series like Seasons One, Two, Three, Four, The Best of Seasons One, Two and Three and Traditional, they can be purchased separately.

DVD Easton Bowhunting TV Best of Turkey 14 hunts, in one DVD, with Fred Eichler.

The DVD Easton Bowhunting TV Best of Turkey is currently on Special. Was $29.95 but to clear, they are just $4.95, only while stocks last. They have never been this low. Save a humungous 83% or $25.00 off the retail price, but hurry as the DVD Easton Bowhunting TV Best of Turkey is running out fast and once they're gone...well, they're gone.

The Florida - also known as Osceola wild turkey, meleagris gallopavo osceola, was named after a famous Seminole Indian Chief of the early 1800's by W.E.D. Scott in his 1890 description of the bird. They are a unique and highly sought after sub-species of the wild turkey since they are found only on the Florida peninsula, USA. There are approximately 80,000 Osceola turkeys roaming the southern portions of Florida today.

The Eastern wild turkey is the only wild turkey found in Maryland, USA. The ruffed grouse, Northern bob white quail and ring-necked pheasant, an introduced species, is a related bird which lives in Maryland. Male wild turkeys have the ability to change the colour of their head and neck to bright red, blue and white. During the breeding season, the male turkey displays, to attract females and to advertise dominance over subordinate males within the flock or their territory.

The Rio Grande wild turkey, meleagris gallopavo intermedia, is native to the central plains states and got its common name from the area in which it is found - the life giving water supply which borders the brushy scrub, arid country of the southern Great Plains, western Texas and north eastern Mexico. This sub species was first described by George B. Sennett in 1879, who said it was intermediate in appearance between the eastern and western sub species, hence its scientific name. The Rio inhabits brush areas near streams and rivers or mesquite, pine and scrub oak forests. It may be found up to 1828 metres or 6,000 feet elevation and generally favours country that is more open than the wooded habitat favoured by its eastern cousins. The Rio Grande is considered gregarious and nomadic in some areas, having distinct summer and winter ranges. They may form large flocks of several hundred birds during the winter period. It has been known to travel distances of 16 kilometres or 10 or more miles from traditional winter roost sites to its nesting areas.

Merriam's turkey are found throughout the western United States primarily in the ponderosa pine forests of Colorado, New Mexico and northern Arizona. It was named by Dr E.W. Nelson in 1900 in honour of C. Hart Merriam, the first chief of the US Biological Survey. They have been transplanted into the pine forests of Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota. In Arizona, wild turkeys can be found not only in ponderosa pine forest but also other vegetation types in elevations ranging from 1066 to 3048 metres or 3,500 to 10,000 feet. However the best populations of Merriam's turkey occur in the ponderosa pine forests north of the Gila River, a tributary of the Colorado River, 1,044 kilometres or 650 miles long, in the southwestern states of New Mexico and Arizona.

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