Proceedings of the Tenth National Wild Turkey Symposium, 2011 is the latest in a long line of scientific wild turkey books that go all the way back to the First Symposium published in 1959. The Tenth is the latest collection of Wild Turkey research papers that delve into diverse topics such as cottonwood regeneration in the southern great plains of America and how the lack of cottonwoods impacts turkey populations. Another paper looks at camera traps to estimate turkey populations and other papers look at Gould’s populations in Arizona. And Rio populations in the West. There is a place for this book on the shelf of every serious turkey hunter. Order yours now because when the last one is gone, they are gone.