Several states received ample amounts of snowfall and endured cold temperatures across their pheasant ranges this past winter. While some biologists in states like Oregon and Washington are expecting lower than normal overwinter survival, they are quick to note that, with the right spring weather, all that excess moisture could serve as a boon to upland bird populations.
The key to making them beneficial is proper construction.
The recently published Minnesota Pheasant Summit Action Plan Report Card shows incremental progress in 2016 to restore habitat and hunting traditions in Minnesota's pheasant range.
Buffers are some of the most beneficial habitats we can put in the ground.
Upland hunters, farmers, sport dog owners, conservationists, and outdoor enthusiasts will gather February 17-19 at the Minneapolis Convention Center for the 2017 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic.
Assess your habitat domain for weaknesses that avian or mammalian predators exploit.
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