Presents Pheasant Country Postcard

Pheasant Country contains some the most breathtaking landscapes imaginable, and it also serves as a backdrop to our favorite moments with friends, family, and good dogs. We invite you to take a look at our supporters’ “Pheasant Country Postcards” below and then submit your own favorite snapshot for us to share.

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 <h2>West Coast Crowing</h2>Where healthy grasslands persist, ringnecks can scratch out a living!<br />
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From the SW coast of Washington State, longtime member Denny Hieronymus sent us this stunning photo of a crowing rooster.<br />
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"I caught on my trail cam what is probably the westernmost rooster in the contiguous US. In May, I flushed a hen and eight quail-sized chicks in the immediate area of the photo. Flushing birds in the sand dunes just a few yards from the ocean is something most people will never get to witness."
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 <h2>Brilliant Fall Hues</h2>Iowa's Alex Jacobson submitted this photo of an early season rooster harvested in Hawkeye Country in 2020.<br />
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In the upland world, we think a ring-necked rooster pheasant takes the cake for most beautiful bird...but then again, we might be biased!
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 <h2>Walk-In Gold</h2>Pheasants Forever supporter Tim Brown submitted this photo from somewhere, South Dakota.<br />
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With more than 1 million acres of private lands enrolled in the state's Walk-In Area program, we hope to duplicate more of these pictures for the season ahead!
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 <h2>Fence Post Crowing</h2>Blaine Brakke of South Dakota captured this mid-cackle rooster last fall in the heart of pheasant country. Now that's a fence line any upland hunter could get used to!<br />
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 <h2>Northern Prairie Trifecta</h2>Pheasants Forever supporter Craig Armstrong submitted a picture of Daisy, an English pointer, standing proud with a northern prairie trifecta of Hungarian partridge, sharptails, and pheasants from western North Dakota!<br />
 
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 <h2>Stark County, ND</h2>Pheasants Forever life-member Ben Sattler captured this pic wrapping up an evening hunt while out on an annual pheasant hunting trip to western North Dakota this past fall. He enjoyed a phenomenal upland season in the state chasing pheasants and sharptails harvested over his English Setter, Harvey.
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