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A Good Start To The Minnesota Hunting Season
Within five minutes of the fourth annual Governor’s Pheasant Opener, there was an opportunity for hu...
Wheelchair Gives Disabled Hunters Chance To Return To The Hunt
Retired businessman, Jerry Moehnke, has donated a specialized tracked wheelchair to help disabled ve...
New Land Purchase For Pheasant Forever in Minnesota
It had been on their radar for a while and finally The Nobles County Pheasants Forever Chapter has b...
Small Game Hunting Popularity Rises In Minnesota
Even when bird numbers are down, it’s doesn’t stop the usual Minnesota upland hunters from gearing u...
Early Season Grouse Numbers Are Down In Minnesota
Grouse hunting in the Midwest is one of the favorites for locals and even for those from out of stat...
Youth Pheasant Hunting Becoming Classroom Tradition in Minnesota
Did you ever have a class in high school that discussed hunting?It turns out there is such a course ...
It Seems Like a Pretty Good Season in for Pheasants in Minnesota
For the most part things appears better than last year for pheasant hunters in Minnesota.
Grouse Hunting Will Be Tough in Minnesota This Year
There is some troubling news out of Minnesota.Grouse numbers reported by the DNR are down once again...
Prescribed Burning Occurring Across Southern Minnesota
A highly mobile and skilled habitat team is strategically working across southern Minnesota to manag...
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The ring-necked pheasant, though widely associated with Minnesota's farmland region, is actually an exotic species native to China that was first introduced to this state in 1905. Rooster (male) pheasants are brightly colored birds that have a bright red eye patch surrounded by iridescent violet and green feathers on their head. A bright white feather necklace gives the bird its name.

Roosters, which weigh roughly 2.5 to 3 pounds, also have a long tail, which can be over 2 feet long. Hen pheasants weigh roughly 2 to 2.5 pounds. They have a shorter tail and are drab-colored compared to the rooster. The hen's tan plummage provides perfectly colored camouflage when she is nesting and helps her escape the probing eyes of foxes, hawks, and other predators.

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Traxler's Hunting Preserve

37699 Hunting Preserve
Le Center, MN 56057
Traxler's Hunting Preserve is located about an hour's drive south of Twin Cities. We offer great convenience, hospitality and value to all out sportspeople, guests and friends. You will find a peaceful surrounding away from the hustle and bustle of the cities that is enjoyable, fun relaxing and rejuvenating. Welcome to this great Minnesota pheasant hunting field and have a taste of wild game dining.
   

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