Tall Timbers' Georgia-Florida Turkey Invitational Benefits the Game Bird Program
For the 13th year, teams of two hunters will take to the woods in the Red Hills, talking turkey to attract a winning gobbler. This year the Georgia-Florida Turkey Invitational is April 12 and 13. Special guest Joe Hutto is the speaker at the Kick-off Supper & Registration, Thursday, April 12, at 6:00 PM held at Osceola Plantation Lodge in Thomas County, Georgia.
Joe Hutto is a nationally-known naturalist and author of Illumination in the Flatwoods, where he revealed the secret lives of wild turkeys to great critical acclaim; Hutto's book resulted in the Emmy Award–winning PSB documentary My Life as a Turkey.
Friday, April 13, hunters will meet at the Osceola Plantation Barn at 12 noon for the Weigh-In & Awards Luncheon. Ricky Lackey, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation turkey biologist will serve as the offcial judge. There will be a Calcutta and raffle with prizes for first, second and third place. The first place winner will have their team engraved on the Perpetual Trophy and have their bird mounted by Harden's Taxidermy. Each winner receives an engraved silver cup.
Tall Timbers thanks the host committee for this year's invitational: Knox Parker (chair), Stephen Demott, Shane Drew, Robbie Green, Jay Kimbrel, Tim Miles and Bubba White.
For more information, to become a sponsor or register a team, contact Development Director, Crystal Davis: Phone 850.5452162.4153 or email. For details, including a registration form, click here.