Research Investigates Wild Turkey Nesting Survival in Agricultural Landscapes
September 11, 2023

By Hannah McKinney???????

According to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, the state's wild turkey population is estimated to have declined 45% from its peak 15 years ago. Current research from other states suggests that habitat loss coupled with predation are important factors affecting population declines. Consequently, habitat managers are focused on reducing potential interactions between nests and predators as a key strategy to address population declines.

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