Corteva Agriscience
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Corteva Agriscience With Pheasants Forever

Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, today announced a partnership with National 4-H Council and Pheasants Forever. The program, Corteva Grows Pollinator Habitat, will support monarch butterfly and pollinator habitat at Corteva Agriscience locations throughout […]

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WILD PHEASANTS

GENERALLY SPEAKING, most pheasant hunters know and follow the hunting basics such as working into the wind, trusting the dog’s nose and only shooting the pretty, colorful ones. But knowing and utilizing a few advanced […]

Which breed is best
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Which breed is best?

  It’s back! Pheasants Forever’s month-long Bird Dogs for Habitat Campaign challenges you to cast a vote and make a donation on behalf of your favorite bird dog breed.  Consider this an online bird dog popularity contest […]

Grouse and Woodcock Hunts
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Grouse and Woodcock Hunts

October 1 brings the start of Grouse and Woodcock hunting in Maine and hunting wild game birds is one of our favorite activities. We specialize in wild ruffed grouse and migratory woodcock hunts. We do […]

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Five Squirrel Secrets From Federal Premium Ammo

Thanks to their proportions, squirrels can be challenging to bring down—particularly when you’re armed with a rimfire rifle or handgun and not a shotgun. Federal Premium’s trick-shooting YouTube superstar and lifelong squirrel hunter 22plinkster reveals […]

Hunting Coon and Rabbits With A Spear
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Spear Hunting Coon and Rabbits

Spear hunting Texas rabbits turns wild when a coon charges me full bore. Gave him a good spear slocking just as he made his lunge for my throat! This is probably a first for You […]

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Chat ‘Em Up Them Squirrels

Old school squirrel hunters honed their skills through stealth and observation. They walked the woods slowly and patiently – watching for sign and listening for the squirrels that were there, but wouldn’t always show themselves. […]

HUNTABLE RABBIT POPULATIONS
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HUNTABLE RABBIT POPULATIONS

Every year country roads and farmsteads show abundant populations of rabbits. Yet when hunting season comes around they all seem to have vanished.  Estimating rabbit populations are difficult for the best of small game biologists. […]

As Lite As It Gets
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As Lite As It Gets

Finally, you can have your cake and eat it too. The Browning Bird’n Lite Strap Vest was made to cover miles in comfort via its patented Bird’n Lite load bearing technology. This system secures and […]

BLM Sage Grouse Guidance
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BLM Sage Grouse Guidance

A series of instructional memorandums released today by the Bureau of Land Management can facilitate the continued recovery of greater sage grouse populations and benefit a broad range of sagebrush-dependent wildlife species, says Backcountry Hunters […]

Pheasant Nesting Report
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Pheasant Nesting Report

Each year, increases in fall pheasant populations depend on winter and spring weather conditions and the availability of quality habitat. With winter behind us, attention turns to field reports of pheasant nesting and spring habitat […]

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Honey Bee & Monarch Butterfly Partnership Selected for RCPP Grant Funding By Pheasants Forever’s

Pheasants Forever‘s Honey Bee & Monarch Butterfly Partnership has been selected as one of 84 conservation projects in the nation to receive funding as part of the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). A proposed investment […]

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Organization’s First-Ever Quail Summit Slated for Feb. 20th at 2016 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic

In an effort to help reverse the precipitous decline of bobwhite quail since the 1980’s, Quail Forever is hosting the nation’s largest, first-ever Quail Summit on February 20th at the Kansas City Convention in conjunction […]

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Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever Membership Reaches New Heights with All-Time Record of 146,965 Members

Determined to improve and conserve upland habitat throughout the country, a record-setting number of members now belong to Pheasants Forever and its quail division, Quail Forever. From the humble beginnings of “The Habitat Organization” in […]

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2015 Pheasant Hunting Forecast

Quality habitat is needed to sustain truly abundant, wild pheasant populations. But from year to year, pheasants live or die with the weather. Fortunately, many pheasant strongholds in the northern and central plains and the upper Midwest […]

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BOWHUNTINGS TOUGHEST QUARRY

Timberdoodle, bog borer, brush snipe, needlenose or whatever you call him locally, the Woodcock is the most difficult to shoot with bow and arrow or any game animal. About 11-inches in length, they weigh about […]

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Ride Shotgun With PF & Win

“All Access” 5 Days in the Wild West Chasing Wild Birds – Beginning October 19th. The theme for the 2015 Rooster Road Trip is “All Access.” Montana and North Dakota boast an array of publicly-accessible […]

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THE SOLO PHEASANT HUNTER

Stealth and a change in hunting tactics are keys to solo pheasant hunting. Solo pheasant hunting is a challenge but by following some special patterns, it can prove successful. Pheasant hunting is usually a social […]

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Iowa Pheasants Rebound Continues

From all indications, the Iowa pheasant population is on the upswing. According to the Department of Natural Resources, the Hawkeye state had an average snowfall that was four inches below normal. This lower amount of […]