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Minnesota Pheasant Hunting News

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Retired businessman, Jerry Moehnke, has donated a specialized tracked wheelchair to help disabled veterans share his passion for upland bird hunting. Jerry enjoys hunting pheasants and other upland birds with his son Steven, who is disabled.

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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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Even when bird numbers are down, it’s doesn’t stop the usual Minnesota upland hunters from gearing up for the season. Apparently, it doesn’t stop new hunters from joining in either.

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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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Did you ever have a class in high school that discussed hunting?

It turns out there is such a course in a Minnesota school district. The class or group rather, The Waconia High School Conservation Group, has a lot to do with introducing students to the outdoors and that includes participating in Minnesota pheasant hunts.

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For the most part things appears better than last year for pheasant hunters in Minnesota.

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There is some troubling news out of Minnesota.

Grouse numbers reported by the DNR are down once again. Early reports from this spring put the grouse numbers down from last year.

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A highly mobile and skilled habitat team is strategically working across southern Minnesota to manage and improve grasslands for wildlife, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). This team of six, officially known as the DNR Prairie Wildlife Roving Crew, came together in January and is already making a positive impact on the management of state-owned wildlife habitat.

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

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Minnesota’s pheasant index remains unchanged from 2009 but is 22 percent below the 10-year average, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

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Inexperienced young people and women can apply for a chance to step into the field with an experienced pheasant hunter this fall during the mentored youth pheasant hunt and the first-ever women’s mentored pheasant hunt.

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Hunters who wish to apply for one of 186 permits for the 2010 Minnesota prairie chicken season or for one of 10,430 permits for the fall turkey hunt must do so by Friday, July 30, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Applications are available wherever hunting and fishing licenses are sold.

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MN Outdoor Youth Expo - May 22nd & 23rd
Wild Wings of Oneka Hunt Club in Hugo along with many great MN Outdoor organizations will host the MN Outdoor Youth Expo for kids and families on Saturday, May 22nd, 9am -6pm & Sunday, May 23rd, 9am - 4pm.

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Recent snowfalls have resulted in a deep blanket of crusty snow that is significantly limiting pheasants’ access to waste grain throughout much of their range in Minnesota, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Providing feed for pheasants during such conditions can increase their chances of survival.

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Tech Mix, Inc., Makers of K9 Sporting Dog Products, Join PF Conservation Efforts
Saint Paul, Minn. – October 19, 2009 – Tech Mix, Inc., makers of energy recovery and performance products for sporting dogs, have joined Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever's wildlife habitat conservation efforts as a new sponsor. For each Tech Mix product sold bearing the PF/QF logos, including K9 Restart™ Energy Bars, K9 Restart™ Chewables, K9 Restart™ Natu-Joint and K9 Performance Tabs™,Tech Mix will make a donation to support Pheasants Forever's conservation work.

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Minnesota Grouse Offer an Easy Start to Hunting
If you live in Minnesota and want to hunt upland birds, count your blessings. Minnesota grouse hunting opportunities are among the best in the nation.

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2009 Minnesota Road Side Sruvey Numbers Released
Minnesota pheasant hunters, who in recent years have experienced some of the best hunting since the mid-1950s and early 1960s, are expected to harvest fewer birds this autumn.

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Pheasants Forever Farm Bill Biologists Take One-on-One Approach to Washington
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Farm Bill Biologists recently took a short break from meeting with private landowners to meet with legislators and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) representatives on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The meetings focused on the success of the Farm Bill Biologist program and the need for more Farm Bill Biologist positions in additional states to maximize wildlife habitat impact.

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SAFE Acres Over 100,000 in 2009, Top 200,000 Acres Nationwide
SAFE needs reallocation of acres and extra acreage allotment for its continuous success

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