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Podcast on turkey hunting (04/12/2006)
Minnesota's woodlands aren't the only place to hear wild turkeys this year. Turkey calls, tips on tactics, habitat and safety are the subject of a new podcast, now available on the Department of Natural Resources' Web site.

Podcasts are similar to a radio show only instead of tuning into the radio, they're downloaded from the DNR Web site and transferred to a player like an Apple iPod, Dell DJ or Creative Zen. The DNR began making podcasts available this winter with a four-part series on fishing.

"Turkey hunting, with its emphasis on calling, seemed like a natural subject for a DNR podcast," said Steve Carroll, who hosts DNR podcasts. "By putting turkey hunting information in an easy-to-access format on the Web we hope to encourage turkey hunting and help hunters be successful and safe while they hunt."

"Turkey hunting tips" features two 30-minute interviews with Mark Strand, a Minnesota-based outdoor writer and turkey hunting guru, and Bill Penning, DNR farmland wildlife program leader. Topics covered include the importance of camouflage, an equipment rundown, calling tips, safety reminders and a discussion about hunting habitat.

www.dnr.state.mn.us and then clicking on "newsroom" from the menu and selecting ‘podcast.'  

 

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