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For South Dakotan residents it is not Christmas or Thanksgiving that is their favorite time of year, instead it is often stated that the third weekend of October is the best time of the year. Why? Because this is the traditional weekend for the opening of the pheasant hunting season.

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On Saturday, October 17 the South Dakota pheasant opener was held. The day which is much revered by pheasant hunters across the country is also much anticipated by the local community. Some of those businesses that actively look forward to this weekend are the lodges.

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The pheasant hunting season has just started and the lower than average pheasant harvest from hunters, has led some non-residents to have concerns for pheasant populations beyond what was expected from the roadside surveys.

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Pheasant hunters in Missouri will now have the chance to hunt their favourite sport throughout the state, the Missouri Department of Conservation has announced. The department has recently stated it will expand legal pheasant hunting statewide from November 1st.

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The hunting season has only just started with youth hunters recently taking to the field and the main hunting season about to start but there has already been tragedy in the fields. During the last weekend there was the fatal shooting of a 75-year-old huntsman guide in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland.

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The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is one of the government’s greatest achievements when it comes to habitat conservation. The program pays farmers to set aside marginal cropland and allow it to become grassland habitat. The program was so successful that the majority of grassland in South Dakota and Minnesota was due to this initiative.

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It isn’t long until the pheasant season gets underway across the United States and there are many hunters who are preparing for the season. For some in Minnesota, the preparations start with a trip to Sand Pine Pheasants.

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It may not be a native species to the US, but the number one game bird among US hunters is still the ring-necked pheasant.

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Kansas is pleased to announce that this year they will re-run last season’s highly successful pheasant hunting competition. During the upcoming season, 250 pheasants will be banded and released in Ford County, Dodge City, Finney County, Garden City, Stevens County and other locations.

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While South Dakota is looking to spend more money on conservation and increase the pheasant and other wildlife populations in the state – others are questioning the amount being spent on such efforts.

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South Dakota’s annual pheasant survey may have indicated a positive population increase over the last twelve months but conservation groups are warning that it is no time for celebration yet. Instead, groups like Pheasant Forever are suggesting that efforts need to be concentrated on habitat conservation.

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South Dakota may be celebrating another bumper year of populations but it isn’t the only state. Most states who have declared pheasant numbers from roadside surveys have reported that numbers across their jurisdictions have increased. Yet one state has been very quiet on the subject until very recently: North Dakota.

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While there is a major drive for pheasant populations across the United States to increase, there is a financial cost for these efforts. The price that Tom Landwehr, Department of Natural Resources Commissioner for Minnesota, has tagged onto the efforts runs into hundreds of millions of dollars.

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October will be the start of the pheasant hunting season and there will tens of thousands of hunters taking to the fields of South Dakota. Over the past 96 years, pheasant hunting has become a tradition in South Dakota that is also an institution within the local economy.

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If there was ever a time to be a pheasant hunter in South Dakota, it is now. The recent release of the annual report by the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department was great for the pheasant count.

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When it comes to the best place to hunt pheasants in the US, and even the world, there are few who would argue that South Dakota has a firm grasp on the title. However, there are two states hoping that their recent pheasant population gains can help the state become a contender for the title.

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The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks department has completed their 2015 pheasant brood survey and the results are out. Those expecting a good count will be pleased, as early results show that pheasant numbers have increased 42% from the pheasants-per-mile index recorded in 2014.

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The best bargain to be had in pheasant hunting was found by two friends who grew up together hunting wild pheasants. Their annual trip to the Lehigh Valley Hunting and Fishing Extravanganza is also attended by the Martz’s Gap View Hunting Preserve who offer an amazing 50% discount on their full day hunting package.

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The differing populations and success of wild upland birds, such as grouse and pheasants, are likely to vary by hatch and chick survival rates.

While a really bad year can set back breeding success for a couple of years; if there is a good hatch and survival rate among chicks over a couple of seasons – there is bound to be great hunting.

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Ever since 1946, this has been the season when Game, Fish and Parks staff begin to conduct pheasant brood surveys. Usually they are conducted between late July and August.

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