This was it. The last day of Rooster Road Trip. The last day to put it all together and accomplish our goal of claiming a true Montana mixed bag. No excuses, no “we’ll get them tomorrow,” it was time to put it all together. So you can imagine our glee when we awoke to a landscape of fresh snow.
For the uninitiated, the first snow of the season is an unofficial holiday for pheasant hunters. It seems to confuse young birds and create more opportunities for close flushes – but there’s only one way to test this theory, and that’s to get out there and make first tracks. Find out if the first snow of the season
Watch Episode 4: First Snow Flushes
Habitat protection, enhancement and public access is at the core of Pheasants Forever’s mission and these key activities are at the heart of our Build a Wildlife Area program. None of this would be possible without the generosity of our members, donors, and supporters, and being able to put boots on the ground in such a spectacular place underscored not only the importance of fighting for these landscapes, but also getting out and experiencing them for yourself. After all, they’re there for you, your friends, your family, and your bird dog.