turkey hunting

Several wild turkeys in a field

Land & Conservation

The trend has individuals and states rethinking their strategies

The Wild South

The now ninety-five-year-old author reflects on the seminal Tenth Legion, which celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this year

The Wild South

For turkey hunters or anyone else tromping through the wilds, three effective ways to defend against spring’s insect hordes

The Wild South

Though still rare as hen’s teeth, hand-carved wooden turkey decoys might just be ready for their moment


The land and wildlife manager at Palmetto Bluff goes on a turkey hunt—and gets the surprise of his life


One family opens its doors to
share a slice of Old Florida


Each spring, Birmingham chef Chris Hastings invites a handful of friends and their children to his camp in Alabama for a week of hunting, camaraderie, good food… and a few life lessons

S is for Southern

The joys and pains of trying to bag a gobbler


For North Carolina sportsman Danny Ellis, seeking out rare calls is all about the thrill of the hunt


A newbie goes into the spring woods after a turkey and finds out what it means to take a bird

Sporting South

How one man brought the wild turkey back from the brink in the Southeast