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Vegetable venison stew is an easy wild game recipe for the whole family to enjoy. Throw it in the crock pot and it'll be ready when you get home from work.
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Here the 19 best and worst deer hunting jokes, ideal for cheering up a buddy who missed all day, or causing a chuckle in the treestand.
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The following excerpt is from a 1984 National Parks Service newsletter on wild turkey.

“While it has been the perseverance and ability of the bird to increase its numbers in areas of habitat improvement and protection, a great deal of credit for the range expansion of turkeys must also be given to several state fish and wildlife agencies for their efforts to redistribute turkeys in sections of their states where good turkey habitat existed, but birds were no longer present.

A case study of re-introduction is the wild turkey in New Jersey. For years the wild turkey was an infrequent visitor to the east side of the Delaware Valley north of the Water Gap. However, the turkey never really became abundant until re-introduction efforts took place in 1977. During the spring of that year 23 turkeys were released in the Delaware and Flat Brook Valleys -- 16 females from Vermont and 7 males from New York -- the only release of a pure strain of turkeys from outside the state. By the summer of 1980 the New Jersey turkey population had reached a level where wildlife managers felt a limited spring hunt for turkeys could take place west of the Kittatinny Range in the spring of 1981. Hunting was limited to the male or Tom turkey. The three week season, limited to these areas, and limited to a total of 900 hunters resulted in a harvest of 71 Tom turkeys. A four week season in the same three areas in 1982 resulted in a harvest of 96 Toms.“

For some families it has been a long-standing tradition to go pheasant hunting on Thanksgiving day...

Pheasant stocking maps can be viewed here: www.njfishandwildlife.com/pheasmaps.htm

Happy Thanksgiving! – NJ Fish and Wildlife

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