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The largest show in the country for upland hunters, bird dog owners and wildlife habitat conservationists is heading to Wisconsin.

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Iowa’s state government is pushing hard to create and maintain a habitat that allows pheasants and other small game to thrive, but the state’s economy is pushing back.

Farming is a key piece to Iowa’s economy, and it’s unfortunate that they have to directly compete with the state’s recreation industry.

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Hunters know that it’s not always about the hunt itself. Most times, it’s about so much more.

It’s about getting out into nature, passing along tradition, experiencing new things, and most importantly, spending time with family, friends and other hunters.

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There is a federal excise tax on guns and ammo.

In recent years, sales of guns and ammo have been large compared to previous decades. For various reasons people have been stocking up on these items and it’s been leading to some increases in the amount collected from the excise tax at the federal level.

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We’re still a few weeks away from getting field reports on birds in various states, but some folks in Montana are getting eager for the upcoming season.

Word out of Montana is that at least one official is optimistic about the birds this season in Big Sky Country. Gene Koppy was able to talk to an official and get him to dish on the bird counts.

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It’s always great to read stories about communities investing in natural habitat.

The latest story comes out of Ohio where the state is trying to increase interest in pheasant hunting. The state has a new program out that will help certain areas create natural pheasant habitat with hopes of increasing interest in the bird throughout the state in the future.

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09
August is a reminder for many things.

It’s the last month of summer. The kids go back to school. Adults try to squeeze in a few last weekend getaways on the lake.

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06
The pheasant hunting lodge has really come a long way in the last couple decades.

Preserves started out as pieces of land where there might be a cabin for guests to stay. In many of the early cases it wasn’t uncommon to stay outdoors while pheasant hunting during hunting hours.

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02
For $30 a day hunters in Illinois can hunt pheasants in 19 different counties in Illinois.

The Illinois DNR recently made the announcement and will make the licenses available on its website starting August 5th.

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31
Reports are out in North Dakota regarding the 2012 pheasant hunting season.

The number of pheasant hunters was up 4%, but the number of pheasants taken was down 10%. Those numbers are not a surprise based on the reports leading into the 2012 season.

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The Land And Water Conservation Fund is a federal program implemented by Congress in 1964. The original duration of the fund was set to be 25 years, but was renewed to extend the benefits of the program for many more years.

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31
Grouse hunting in the Midwest is one of the favorites for locals and even for those from out of state.

The favorite upland birds have typically gone through cyclical periods of strong numbers followed by poor numbers.

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Sage grouse has been one of the most interesting species of birds in the US. Only a few states have been home to the Sage Grouse over the years and it’s been one of the treasures in each of those states.

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This year has not been good for pheasant numbers.

States and counties all over the Midwest and West have seen counts down.

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This one is a unique story from out in Oregon. The state is turning a bad situation into one that is positive for hunters and for another select portion of the population.

Pheasant chicks are sent to the Oregon Correctional Center each spring where the inmates care for the birds throughout the spring and into the summer.

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North Dakota, like much of the plains and the Midwest, had a prolonged winter in 2012-2013. Things remained cold and wet well into April and May. It’s made things difficult for farmers when the time came and went to get in the fields for planting.

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08
The pheasant population has been under fire in Iowa for a few years.

It’s been on secret that the push for more land use for agriculture has caused pheasants and other wildlife to lose their natural habitat.

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04
The cool, wet spring in the Midwest is likely putting pressure on the newly hatched upland birds in the area. The weather is putting pressure on pheasants, grouse and other wildlife in the area.

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There has been a lot of talk over the last 10-20 years about youth and hunting. As technology has improved there have been more things for young peop...

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The sage grouse has been an intriguing part of the upland bird hunting tradition for years.

South Dakota has been one of the states where sage grouse have been fairly common in the. As with any other bird species there have been up years and down years.

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