Pennsylvania: Self published by the authors, 1994 and 1987. First edition of each of these 2 books on turkey hunting in the U.S. TURKEY CALL MAKERS PAST AND PRESENT: Considered the definitive text on turkey callmakers. Mickel spent a year traveling around the U.S. interviewing hundreds of call makers to produce his “Mick’s Picks.” Features both the turkey calls and biographies of their makers. “Each call maker is as unique as the calls he produces, and it's high time each is recognized for his contribution to American folk art and this great phase of outdoor life.” -- from the rear cover. Quarto glossy pictorial paperwraps; profusely illustrated with color and black-and-white photographs; 253 pages including index and page for notes. Very good or better with light rubbing to edges and few creases including one to bottom rear corner. BOB CLARK’S CURE FOR TURKEY FEVER: “While first-hand fieldwork is the key to getting to know the gobbler, there’s nothing like the valuable information derived from reading the words delivered by an expert such as Bob Clark to set the stage for your next trip to the greening woods – no matter if it will be your first or your five hundredth.” – from the foreword by Tom Fegley. Covers hunting in different seasons and areas in the U.S.; the breeding cycle, nature, and distribution of wild turkeys in the U.S.; “Understanding Turkey Calling Devices”; traveling with firearms; taxidermy; “Cooking Wild Turkey,” and more. Quarto glossy pictorial paperwraps; well illustrated with black-and-white photographs and line drawings; 160 pages including 2 pages for notes. Very good with rubbing to spine folds touching edges of spine lettering in few areas. INSCRIBED BY CLARK at base of title page and with recipient’s name at top. Both books are quite scarce.