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Seven Things You Didn’t Know About Wild Turkeys

The wild turkey has captivated (and baffled) hunters for decades. Here are seven things you probably didn't know about North America's largest game bird.

How to Make Pheasant with Roasted Apples

This recipe is one of my favorites. It is creamy, rich and sweet and includes all the things that go well with pheasant, namely apples and cream.

Wild Turkey Subspecies

If you want to go for a turkey hunting world slam, (taking all four U.S. subspecies, the Gould's and the Oscellated) you're going to need to identify each one and know where they live. Here's a list of all six to help you start on your once-in-a-lifetime quest.

Game Profile: The Wild Turkey

Find out everything there is to know about North America’s largest game bird.

How to Make Bacon

Even individuals who reject gun ownership and hunting—and some vegetarians—have a hard time resisting fresh bacon made from a wild hog.

How to Make Wild Turkey Swedish Meatballs

The meat and gravy is ideally suited for mashed potatoes, which makes this hearty dish just as enjoyable in fall as it is in spring.

Five Wild-Game Grilling Tips

The author serves up her top five tips for getting the most out of cooking on a grill, particularly if you decide to cook wild game.

America's Top 5 Wild-Game Meats

We can win the hearts and minds of non-hunters by being outspoken and resourceful users of our country's renewable source of wild-game meat.

Buttermilk Fried Squirrel

Considered by some to be the best meat in the woods, squirrel is not only adored for its appearance and flavor, but also for its buttery texture.

John Zent's Top Wild-Game Meats

Inspired by Steven Rinella’s “Top Game Meats,” here is another author’s take on a his favorite wild-game fare.

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