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Entries for April 2014

19
Hunting can be a danger at times, especially if someone forgets some of the basic hunting safety tips.

It was only a couple of years ago when a father and son duo were shot twice in one day while out pheasant hunting in Iowa – the second time when trying to flag down help.

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18
It had been on their radar for a while and finally The Nobles County Pheasants Forever Chapter has bought a 147-acre area of land with their partners from numerous local and state agencies.

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13
A guided pheasant hunt in Northern Nevada was enjoyed by 100 youths last month.. The second annual Mason Valley Hunt Club Youth Pheasant Hunt is now looking to become an annual event say the Mason Valley Hunt Club owners, Tony Reviglio and Marty Howard.

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08
After their very successful banquet and auction last year, the Southern Hills Pheasants Forever is set to host an event again.

Last year was the first time the event was held, and it raised $5,000. This money was spent on improving the pheasant habitat in the local Southern Black Hills. This included $1,000 spent on planting trees and other foliage and $3,000 on an irrigation system for the Westside of Angostura.

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02
The group set up by Governor Daugarrd to develop a strategy for pheasant habitat repopulation held their first meeting in late February 2014.

The group would have had two contrasting stories to deal with. On one hand, the South Dakota State University would have informed them that approximately 1.8 million acres of South Dakota had been converted to cropland from grassland between 2006 and 2012.

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