I don't see any "outdoor" televisions when I am home, but now I am on the road and have just finished watching an episode about turkey hunting on the The Outdoor Channel.
Now the problem is that when you are in ideal (private, I'm guessing) turkey habitat along the Black Warrior River in Alabama, and you have champion turkey caller working with a veteran turkey hunter, everything just goes so perfectly.
And all the products and shows advertised are "extreme" or "ultimate." Where is left to go?
There might be more drama or at least comedy in a show called Incompetent Turkey Hunters" or Newbies Afield, but you won't see, because those would not be the TV personalities to endorse the extreme ultimate hunting products.
Since all galliform birds — especially the bigger ones — seem most to evoke their reptilian ancestors, let's re-think turkey hunting.
Let's call it dinosaur hunting. That name also gets you away from the negative slang meaning of "turkey."
"Sweetie, I'm going dinosaur-hunting this weekend." That's primal!
And think of the marketing possibilities, not to mention the cooking shows.