Tune into Sportsman Channel this Saturday, March 3 for the sounds of purring, clucking and gobbling with “Talkin’ Turkey” presented by Can Am ATVs and Side by Side Vehicles.  From 9 am to 1 pm ET this Saturday, March 3, watch non-stop turkey action with shows like G3 Sportsman and Canada in the Rough and brand new episodes from Outdoor Junkies, Skull Bound TV, Savage Outdoors and Trophy State of Mind

Have a critical turkey hunt question before your spring outing? Ask it live on Sportsman Channel’s Facebook page this Saturday from noon to 1 pm with 2011 Sportsman Choice Award winner, Mike Stroff of Savage Outdoors. To chat live, viewers just have to log into to Sportsman’s Facebook page (http://facebook.com/sportsmanchannel).

“Spring turkey season is right around the corner and we are proud to showcase our programming dedicated to helping people be successful turkey hunters with this annual franchise,” said Greg Trager, VP Programming & Production, Sportsman Channel.  “The network will continue to deliver superior programming from top hosts about this exciting species, season after season. It’s just one of the reasons why we are the ultimate destination for the American sportsman, which also includes millions of turkey enthusiasts.”

Thanks to conservation efforts on behalf of hunters, more than seven million wild turkeys now roam North America, with huntable populations in every U.S. state but Alaska. According to the National Wild Turkey Federation,  nearly three million sportsmen and women considering themselves turkey hunters, all paying taxes on their equipment and buying hunting licenses. The sport’s continuing contribution to conservation cannot be overlooked.  Since 1985, the NWTF’s volunteers and partners have spent more than $372 million on projects to help wildlife agencies trap and relocate turkeys to areas of suitable habitat and improve the health of our nation’s forests and woodlands.

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