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Open to Outdoor Education
One of the most important parts of becoming involved in the outdoors is education and research. The idea of just jumping into an area of hunting or fishing and not knowing much about it will most likely hold you back from successful hunts

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YOUTH TO GET FIRST SHOT AT PHEASANT AND QUAIL NOV. 7-8
PRATT — The 2009 upland bird hunting forecast is one of the best in the past 20 years. Wherever hunters and others connected to the land meet, conversation revolving around pheasant and quail hunting is animated, and that's good news for Kansas youth.

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KANSAS HUNTERS LOOKING FOR AN EXCELLENT UPLAND BIRD SEASON
A mild winter and ideal nesting conditions should spell more birds

PRATT — Farmers are saying it, and hunters who have driven country roads this summer and early September are backing them up: the 2009 Kansas upland bird season should very good. Now the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has completed its summer brood count survey, and the results of the agency's Upland Bird Hunting Forecast mirror the coffee-shop predictions..

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4TH ANNUAL DARRELL BROWN MEMORIAL YOUTH UPLAND HUNT OCT. 24
36 youngsters to be given chance to hunt chukars; Oct. 13 registration deadline
HAYS — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP), in cooperation with Pheasant Runn and the Hunting Heritage Group, Inc.(HHG), will host the third annual youth upland hunt in memory of former youth hunt volunteer Darrell Brown.

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Pheasant Plan Available for Review
PIERRE, S.D. – The S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department is offering residents the opportunity to review a five-year draft management plan for pheasants.

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29
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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Pheasant Guy's Waterfowl Work Earns Him a Heron
Austin, Texas - September 16, 2009 – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has presented Pheasants Forever's Dave Nomsen with a National Great Blue Heron Award

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NEW FISHING REGULATIONS FOR WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Fishing regulations on some western South Dakota lakes may change in 2010. While some of the changes would be slight, others may noticeably affect what anglers can include in their daily catches.

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HUNTERS CAN HELP THE HUNGRY
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Hunters who need to clear freezer room for this year’s deer, elk, and other wild game can help needy South Dakotans by donating game meat to the South Dakota Sportsmen against Hunger program.

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10
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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BUTTERFLY ROYALTY VISITING KANSAS
PRATT — September is the month to watch for masses of migrating monarch butterflies in Kansas. The weather has cooled, and many people are seeing this regal butterfly in backyards, parks, and in the field. A familiar and popular insect species, monarch migratory behavior is much like that of birds. Navigating on instinct, every monarch east of the Rocky Mountains flies toward a specific area of central Mexico to spend the winter.

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NATIONAL HUNTING AND FISHING DAY SEPT. 26
PRATT — The 38th Annual National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) — designated by Congressional decree and Presidential Proclamation — will be held Sept. 26. The event is a nationwide celebration of hunters and anglers and their contributions to conservation.

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04
Brood Survey Indicates Another Good Year for Pheasants
PIERRE, S.D. – The S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department counted an average of 6.32 pheasants per mile in 2009 as part of its annual pheasant brood survey, the fourth highest statewide count in the past 45 years.

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Brood survey indicates another good year for pheasants
PIERRE, S.D. – GFP counted an average of 6.32 pheasants per mile in 2009, the fourth highest statewide count in the past 45 years. Although this year’s statewide index has decreased from last year, the 2009 statewide pheasant per mile count is 13 percent higher than the 10-year average.

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New Pheasants Forever Scratch Game From SD Lotto Targets Pheasant Hunters
Pierre, SD – August 26, 2009 – Pheasant hunters and conservationists in the nation's "Pheasant Capital" will have another way to scratch that pheasant itch this fall with the new Pheasants Forever $2 scratch game from the South Dakota Lottery.

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GFP Walk-In Area evaluation underway
PIERRE, S.D. – Over one million acres of private land leased for public opportunity awaits hunters as they take the field this autumn, and the Game, Fish and Parks Department wants to know how well the land is serving the public.

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Your First Hunt- What to bring and what to expect
Juan Urbina’s First Hunt -In two weeks, my brother-in-law will be here for his first hunt over his newly trained dog and fresh out of the box Benelli Nova 20 gauge. Yes, he’s been out one other time, but now he’s going to do it for real.

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KDWP WILDLIFE AREAS BECKON DOVES, HUNTERS
The Sept. 1 opening of dove season is fast approaching, and as hunters begin scouting places to hunt, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) is putting the finishing touches on fields managed to make the hunter's job easier.

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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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Let your eyes feast with a wonderful show that will be aired on Pheasants Forever Television for three days. Each episode of Pheasants Forever Television's also features informative tips, including Shotgun Savvy with shooting pro Ed Prechel, Habitat Habit brought to you by Carlson's Choke Tubes and Gun Dog Savvy sponsored by Purina. Find more information about Pheasants Forever Television at www.pftelevision.org.

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