Hunters should report any leg bands they find on the pheasants they shoot this fall in the Southwest Focus on Pheasants area, according to Jeff Lusk, upland game program manager for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
A recent survey of more than 5,000 shooting enthusiasts conducted on ShooterSurvey.com discovered approximately one third (32 percent) of active shooter respondents claim membership at a shooting range or sporting clays club, a six percent increase over the previous year's survey results.
Pheasants Forever (PF) joins state and federal partners to restore nearly 32,000 acres of Greater sage-grouse habitat in southern Idaho. Work on the Burley Landscape Sage-Grouse Habitat Restoration Project is set to begin this fall in Cassia County and will focus on the removal of Utah juniper, which has encroached on key sage grouse habitat.
More than 70,000 acres are now enrolled in South Dakota's Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) along the state's James River watershed. All these acres - which have been enrolled with the help of Pheasants Forever Farm Bill Biologists - are private lands that will be open to pheasant hunters. South Dakota's general pheasant season opens Saturday, Oct. 20th.
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Pheasants Forever, Inc. and Quail Forever announce Nancy Anisfield of Hinesburg, Vermont, and Shefali Mehta of Saint Paul, Minnesota, have been elected to the nonprofit organization’s National Board of Directors.
Robert Steiner, an artist from San Francisco, California, is the winner of the 2012 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest. The announcement was made today by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Deputy Director Rowan Gould at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, during the annual art contest - the only juried art competition sponsored by the federal government.
Jason Robinson broke into a big grin as he flew over central Tooele County recently. Below him were the most chukar partridge seen by Division of Wildlife Resources biologists in the area since 2006.
A ground-breaking memorandum of understanding has been signed between the NWTF and the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative to help restore bobwhite quail populations.