Increase in wild turkey nunmbers leads to more hunting opportunities

Wild turkey restoration efforts have captured the attention of people of all ages. Restoration programs over the past 30 years have helped boost statewide turkey populations to around 35,000 birds, according to wildlife agency estimates.



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Wild turkey restoration efforts have captured the attention of people of all ages. Restoration programs over the past 30 years have helped boost statewide turkey populations to around 35,000 birds, according to wildlife agency estimates.

It’s particularly fitting: On this singular national holiday with a bird as its centerpiece, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is asking you to go wild about…




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