Department of Natural Resources
Michigan’s wild turkey patch program is coordinated by the Michigan chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, in partnership with the DNR.
Young hunters, up to 17 years of age, who have a valid wild turkey hunting license may receive a free patch.
To receive a patch, please send name and complete address, along with a legible copy of the youth’s valid wild turkey hunting license, to:
National Wild Turkey Federation, Wild Turkey Patch Program,
P.O. Box 45,
Reed City, MI 49677.
Please allow four to six weeks for delivery. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult hunters, collectors, and other interested individuals may purchase the patch for $5, including postage and handling. Only the current-year patch is available for purchase. You do not have to harvest a turkey to purchase a patch. Send orders to the address above, and please make your check or money order payable to the National Wild Turkey Federation. The NWTF is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the American wild turkey and the preservation of the hunting tradition. Proceeds from patch sales are used to fund wild turkey-related projects and management in Michigan. Each year the NWTF, working cooperatively with the DNR, contributes more than $200,000 to wild turkey and hunter-heritage programs in Michigan.