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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tuesday, May 38, 1971 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD S Wild turkeys released to mother nature Hre Foil Macleod Fish and Game Assoi'iafton has released 17 wild turkeys within a 20- mfle radius ot Alberta's oldest town- Two toms and hens, pur- chased frum Itic Lowen Turkey farm two miles west of Fort Macleod, were set free by fish and wildlife officers nnd fish and game officials. The birds were banded in tho morning the assistance of Ron Black of Clnresholm and Frank Sommerville of Letlv- bridge. Leg hand numbers ara 170 to 13G inclusive and will bo used for identification purposes only. Anyone finding a bird wiLii these numbers are asked to contact the Fort Macleod Fish and Game; AESoci.'.lion. After being crated, the birds were taken to the release posi- tion, being kept secret hy of- ficials until the benjme established in the region. Herman Lowcn retrieved tho first bird from the cage to al- iovv bird committee chairman for the tonal fish and game as- sociation, .Boyd Loyst to re- Herman Lowen holds a turkey for Julius Moirzahn to apply a band. Mr. Lowen displays a turkey for wildlife officers Frank Sommerville and Ron Black. Bird