The reason I ask, I am putting together a podcast that will be very heavy on science and history of hunting. For my first episode, i am breaking down the history of the Pittman Robertson Act. For my 2nd, i was thinking about the history of the wild turkey, as we are in that season. While I am prepared to do it "solo," are any of you a turkey expert, or know one? One that might be interested in giving a "crash course" on wild turkey history and biology? One that would be willing to do so for free on a podcast no one has heard yet?
A big leap of faith i know.
As a bit of background, I am a lifelong hunter, received my M.S in Geography before going to work for the USFS, and have humped a ruck on surveys across Forests in most states west of the Mississippi and a few in the east. Then went to work in the private sector, helping to put together EIS, NEPA and other federal regulatory documents for energy companys. I am now 100 percent out of the environmental analysis and conservation fields as a profession, but have a continued itch to work on these issues, hence the podcast.
I apologize if my spelling and grammar are atrocious, I have what has been described as "sausage fingers" and it took 2 doubles of fine Kentucky bourbon to get the courage to the write this.