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Pheasant Brood Route Survey Shows Healthy Numbers PIERRE, S.D. – This autumn, hunters in South Dakota will enjoy pheasant numbers that continue to be...

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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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It’s not always easy to make a connection between the dog days of August and South Dakota’s annual pheasant hunting season, but the Game, Fish and Parks Department does that in a very big way with its annual pheasant brood route survey.

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Pheasants Forever is proud to announce that Cabela's will be the presenting sponsor of the organization's signature event, National Pheasant Fest 2011, coming to the Qwest Center in Omaha, Nebraska, January 28-30, 2011.

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The Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation (QUWF) has announced a new insurance program designed to cover owned, rented, or borrowed equipment used on chapter habitat projects. This coverage provides QUWF chapters protection against damage or loss to equipment used in developing wildlife habitat, including towing vehicles, trailers, and the equipment on trailers.

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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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Article- Basic Hunting Dog Commands
When beginning training with your new hunting partner there are a few things to consider. I recommend getting them use to a collar and leash as soon as you bring them home. Training can begin as early as 8 weeks of age considering that is the general rule of thumb as to when they are taken off the mother.

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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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Introducing Your Dog to Water
If you have yet to take your pooch swimming with you and the coming nice weather will offer the first chance to do so be prepared! Some dogs are a little hesitant about their first swimming lessons and if they become scared, have a bad experience, or get pushed into the situation it could ruin their enthusiasm for it. We want our dogs to share all kinds of different experiences with us and swimming is no different. It is an amazing form of exercise for any dog and many times we use swimming as a treat/reward for a good days work!

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Pheasants Forever was recently awarded seven North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) grants to conserve wetlands and associated grasslands in Illinois, Minnesota and South Dakota. Pheasants Forever received $2.375 million in NAWCA grant funding for implementation of its wildlife habitat conservation mission on more than 27,000 acres.

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Pheasants Forever Passes 1 Million Acre Mark in Iowa
Pheasants Forever announces the completion of 1 million acres of habitat accomplishments in Iowa since the first Iowa chapter formed in 1984. With Pheasants Forever's marquee event, National Pheasant Fest 2010, in Des Moines this weekend, "PF" members and sponsors will celebrate the 1,000,000 acres of habitat work accomplished by Pheasants Forever in the state. National Pheasant Fest is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines.

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The winter of 2009-2010 is already one for the record books, leaving many South Dakotans wondering how their state bird, the pheasant, can survive the elements.

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How? By purchasing your ticket for the Iowa Build a Wildlife Area gun raffle sponsored by the Iowa Pheasants Forever State Council. Fifty-two brand new firearms – total value of $78,000 - will be raffled off, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to purchasing new public hunting and recreation areas in Iowa.

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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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To Feed or Not to Feed? Pheasants Forever Has Answers

Feeding ringnecks can have negative consequences, not long-term solution to winter survival– From the Dakotas and Minnesota to Iowa and Illinois, much of the core pheasant range is experiencing winter's first real test due to recent heavy snowstorms and extreme cold. Naturally, many hunters and conservationists have found cause for concern regarding ring-necked pheasants' ability to survive, and ask "Should we be feeding pheasants?" Pheasants Forever has some careful considerations.

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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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South Dakota Hunting Atlas Updates
PIERRE, S.D. – People who have received the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department’s Public Lands Hunting Atlas may want to check the GFP Web site for additional hunting-access opportunities.

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