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    On January 9, 1990, 32 turkeys were captured in the Black Hills of South Dakota using the drug alpha-chloralose. One of these turkeys had a unique tag attached to it's wing that indicated it had been trapped previously Let's look back in time and see what made the events in the life of this turkey deviate slightly from "The Events in the Turkey Year" described by Bailey and Rinell in The Wild Turkey and It's Management.

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    Citation

    Rumble, Mark A.; Mills, Todd 1993. The fate of turkey #88. Turkey call. 20(4): 28-30

    Keywords

    turkeys, tracking, Black Hills, South Dakota

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