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Kansas Pheasant Hunting News

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Three years of droughts have taken a toll on hunting across the country.

In Kansas, it’s been a bad year for pheasant hunting. Numbers were down across the state including the Northeast region.

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As we all know, hunting is a family tradition. It gives fathers an opportunity to connect with their sons. It brings together grandparents, distant cousins and those aunts and uncles you only see every once in a while. Kansas pheasant hunting wouldn’t be pheasant hunting without family.

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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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Leave it to the kids to keep the spirits up during the recent opening of the Kansas pheasant hunting season.

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Early word out of Kansas is the pheasant hunting has been difficult.

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The annual Kansas pheasant season is open and things are looking to be just okay at best.

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The drought had a big impact on the Kansas birds this summer.

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For the first time, the nation's biggest event for pheasant and quail hunters and bird dog enthusiasts is coming to Kansas City. Pheasants Forever's National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic will be held Feb. 17-19, 2012, at the Kansas City Convention Center in downtown Kansas City, Mo. The event will be sponsored by Cabela's, the World's Foremost Outfitter.

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Kansas Sam Governor Brownback hosted the inaugural Kansas Governor’s Ringneck Classic on Nov. 18-20 in Oakley. Approximately 68 hunters joined the Governor for the hunt. The weekend began with a community dinner on Friday night, then hunting and an awards dinner on Saturday, followed by a bonus hunt on Sunday.

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PRATT, Kan. — As predicted by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s (KDWPT) Upland Bird Forecast, 2011 did not yield a banner op...

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Kansas upland bird hunters enjoyed a banner season in 2010, but this summer’s heat and drought in parts of the state have hurt upland bird prospects for 2011.

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Last year was one of the best pheasant and quail seasons in memory for hunters in south-central and southwestern Kansas.

This year could be one of the worst in memory.

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Waterfowl season to be decided soon
Waterfowl season to be decided soon

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Western Kansas has one of strongest breeding populations in history; breeding season drought may offset good news

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Plenty of birds seen; rain previous two days a mixed blessing

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The 2010 Kansas youth pheasant and quail season runs Nov. 6-7, and many adult hunters are set to use this time not only to pass the hunting tradition on but to stretch their legs, scout fields, and work dogs. During these two days, youth 16 and younger may hunt under the supervision of an adult 18 or older, but the adult may not hunt.

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With Kansas annually ranking in the top three states in the nation for pheasant hunting, hunters often ask why this popular game bird cannot be found in southeast Kansas. Like all wildlife, pheasants need four things to survive: food, water, cover, and space. If these things are not present in the proper mix for an individual species, it will not thrive. But sometimes it can be more complicated than that.

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SANDHILL CRANE SEASON OPENS NOV. 11, RUNS THROUGH JAN. 7
PRATT — The sandhill crane hunting season opens Nov. 11 and runs through Jan. 7, 2010. Hunters pursuing this large game bird should be aware that the endangered whooping crane may be present during the sandhill crane season. Whooping cranes use the same habitats as sandhill cranes, and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area are two of their favorite stops in the Central Flyway.

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KANSAS UPLAND BIRD, WATERFOWL SEASONS ON TAP
PRATT — The Kansas pheasant and quail seasons return to their traditional opening and closing dates this fall. Both seasons open on Saturday, Nov. 14, and run through Jan. 31, 2010. Prairie chicken season opens a week later — Nov. 21 through Jan. 31, 2010, in the Northwest and East units. In the Southwest Unit, prairie chicken season runs Nov. 21-Dec. 31. (The prairie chicken Southwest Unit is bordered by Highway K-96 on the north and U.S. 281 on the east.)

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IT'S ALMOST TIME TO HANG OUT THE “YOUTH GONE HUNTING” SIGN
PRATT — The plans are made; you’re taking a youngster hunting during the 2009 Kansas pheasant and quail youth season, Nov. 7-8. The lucky kid has been tutored in gun handling and practiced shooting clay targets. Perhaps he or she has even been regaled with predictions of cackling pheasants bursting beneath the feet. Excitement is in the air.

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