The powerful new NWTF Turkey Hunting Toolbox is now available for iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch and Android devices.
The widely praised app was the top selling app in iTunes and Google Play’s “Sports” categories for several days.
The official NWTF Turkey Hunting Toolbox has everything a turkey hunter needs in one phone app.
Exclusive turkey sound ringtones
Turkey sounds recorded from live wild turkeys
Video tips from champion callers
Valuable turkey hunting tips
Range map of wild turkey subspecies
Wild turkey score calculator
Photos and descriptions of the wild turkey subspecies
Links to every state wildlife agency for hunting regulations
The exclusive iPhone app features calling tip videos from champion turkey callers, 12 live turkey sounds, and instant access to dozens of proven turkey hunting tips. All are accessible at your fingertips without an Internet connection – even in the most remote corner of the forest.
Turkey hunting fanatics will enjoy exclusive NWTF turkey ringtones. Be the talk of your office when a boss gobbler sounds off from your hip, and then catch everyone’s attention when you lower the boom on him.
The app’s wild turkey range map can help hunters explore and zoom in to where each subspecies lives across North America. With a few simple measurements, the app calculates the score of a turkey based on the NWTF Wild Turkey Records official requirements.
Sign up for an NWTF membership, find local events and keep up with the turkey talk on the NWTF’s Facebook page through this do-it-all app.
The app, only $1.99, was created in cooperation with www.HuntGeek.com.
The NWTF, a non-profit conservation organization founded in 1973, has conserved and improved 17 million acres of essential wildlife habitat with its partners by raising and investing $372 million since 1985. Habitat projects that help wild turkeys also improve habitat for deer, quail, rabbits, songbirds and many other species in our fields and forests.
The NWTF’s outreach programs – JAKES, Women in the Outdoors and Wheelin’ Sportsmen – introduce about 100,000 youth, women and people with disabilities to the outdoors annually. Passing on the outdoor tradition is essential to the future of conservation and hunting.
For more information on the NWTF, visit www.nwtf.org.