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Jim Meyer has raised pheasants and partridge for nearly half a century and he had thought he had been through it all. Normally, threats to his business come from the weather that knocks down bird pens and has been known to kill birds at times.

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South Dakota is the proud host to another chapter of Pheasants Forever. The Fort Randall Chapter of Pheasants Forever, as it is officially called, has been established with the goal to positively influence the Douglas County’s natural habitat while providing high quality and valuable educational experiences for the local youths.

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Paper licensing for fishing and hunting will soon be a thing of the past. North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is going paperless. This will mean that the owners of a bait store or gas station will not be able to sell licenses like they used to.

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There isn’t a turkey hunter out there who hasn’t had that unfortunate moment when they’ve been hunting a turkey for a while only to make the wrong move at the last second and their quarry suddenly disappears. Usually this happens when turkey hunters are inexperienced, but even those hunters with many seasons under their belt can suffer unfortunate failures.

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California is a worried state. Over the past three decades there has been a general population decline of pheasants in the state. Recently the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) hosted a pheasant ecology workshop. The event, held on April 30 and May 1, examined what the causes of the recent population decline could have been.

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One of the biggest concerns for pheasant populations, and other upland birds, is the significant reduction in lands enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve Program. The main reason behind the decline in the reduction of enrolled land is the rise in farm crops making farming highly profitable again.

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Myron Rick, a San Diego hunter, is facing numerous misdemeanors relating to hunting situations in Hetting County. The charges facing the hunter include:

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Jim Meyer has raised pheasants and partridge for nearly half a century and he had thought he had been through it all. Normally, threats to his business come from the weather that knocks down bird pens and has been known to kill birds at times.

[Read the rest of this article...]

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South Dakota is the proud host to another chapter of Pheasants Forever. The Fort Randall Chapter of Pheasants Forever, as it is officially called, has been established with the goal to positively influence the Douglas County’s natural habitat while providing high quality and valuable educational experiences for the local youths.

[Read the rest of this article...]

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Paper licensing for fishing and hunting will soon be a thing of the past. North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is going paperless. This will mean that the owners of a bait store or gas station will not be able to sell licenses like they used to.

[Read the rest of this article...]

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There isn’t a turkey hunter out there who hasn’t had that unfortunate moment when they’ve been hunting a turkey for a while only to make the wrong move at the last second and their quarry suddenly disappears. Usually this happens when turkey hunters are inexperienced, but even those hunters with many seasons under their belt can suffer unfortunate failures.

[Read the rest of this article...]

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California is a worried state. Over the past three decades there has been a general population decline of pheasants in the state. Recently the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) hosted a pheasant ecology workshop. The event, held on April 30 and May 1, examined what the causes of the recent population decline could have been.

[Read the rest of this article...]

06
One of the biggest concerns for pheasant populations, and other upland birds, is the significant reduction in lands enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve Program. The main reason behind the decline in the reduction of enrolled land is the rise in farm crops making farming highly profitable again.

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Myron Rick, a San Diego hunter, is facing numerous misdemeanours relating to hunting citations in Hetting County. The charges facing the hunter

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The recent bird flu outbreak is said to be the largest in recorded history and has forced several states to declare an emergency. The deadly virus is currently spreading itself across the Midwest and is responsible for the deaths of millions of birds.

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Habitat loss is the often the main culprit when it comes to why pheasants in South Dakota and other states across the nation have been declining. As farmers are not signing back up to the CRP program and instead turning to productive cops and as land is used for development; the long grasses used by pheasants for foraging, shelter and nesting is disappearing.

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A Conservation Reserve Program offshoot has just achieved a fantastic goal of enrolling more than one million acres, thanks to land being signed up in North Dakota. The offshoot of the CRP program, which has recently declined, was developed to help booster wildlife habitat and protect vulnerable species from continuing population declines.

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Bird Flu, the deadly disease that has been responsible for nearly seven million turkey and chicken deaths in the Midwest, is on the minds of many at the approach of another pheasant season.

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Nearly three million commercial turkeys have been wiped out by avian influenza recently. However, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources are hoping that the wild turkey population should be able to avoid the epidemic that disrupted many Midwest operations. As commercial operations are struggling to control the outbreak, Iowa state agencies are asking turkey hunters to be on the lookout for wild turkeys that could be affected. Should hunters find a bird they suspect of having avian influenza, the hunter should report the bird and its whereabouts to state officials.

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An eleven year old will make it into the national record books after he recently shot his first wild turkey. While being that young and partaking in a turkey hunt is nothing new, the bird that he was able to catch was a record breaker. Upon investigation of his kill, it was found that the wild turkey gobbler had ten beards which scored 179.25. According to statistics from the National Wild Turkey Records, this is the third highest score in the state of Missouri and the ninth highest in the US.

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