Nebraska's OFW Program Produces Pheasants
Representing nearly 100 Pheasants Forever chapters, Iowa’s dedicated network of volunteers has established more than 600,000 acres of nesting cover, 300,000 acres of food and cover plots, and restored more than 19,000 acres of wetlands. Keeping this in mind, it’s no wonder that bird numbers within the state seem to have rebounded after some key regions received a slight reprieve from Mother Nature throughout this past winter and spring.
Home to nearly 25,000 Pheasants Forever members and an incredibly strong chapter network, Minnesota is the birthplace of Pheasants Forever and the quality and abundance of publicly accessible upland habitat that can be found within its borders speaks to that.
Host Bob St.Pierre visits with three people instrumental in the creation of the new 195.5-acre Howard K. Vincent Waterfowl Production Area.
Q&A with Nicole Stengle, who contributed $150,000 to Stanley County Property
Identifying ideal habitat and sharing tips for hunting greater prairie chickens and sharp-tailed grouse.
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The quail division of our upland wildlife conservation organization.
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