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09
Klamath Falls is going to get a population boost this hunting season with another year of commercially raised pheasants being released into the wild courtesy of Unlimited Pheasants. The birds will have been raised as chicks for a five or six week period before they are let loose into the wild according to the group.

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05
Pheasant hunters in Nebraska are going to reap the benefits of the recent drought this fall with more pheasants.

Results from the annual April survey of rural mail carriers, have shown that there has been a large increase in the number of ring-necked pheasant populations across the state. According to the figures, the numbers could have risen as high as 143% from last year.

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03
The last pheasant hunting season in Kansas was good for hunters but this year could be even better. Many farmers are stating that they have never seen so many young pheasants as they have recently.

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29
Minnesota has just released a much anticipated and ambitious plan, to improve and restore the state’s pheasant population. The proposal calls for 10 actions, some of which will soon be reality as state laws come into effect.

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26
Good news is abound for those looking to go pheasant hunting this year. Last week there was the announcement of the increase in pheasants in South Dakota, this week there is the news of 1.2 million acres of private land that will be available as walk-in areas for public hunting.

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21
Last week there was huge excitement from South Dakota as they announced that they felt pheasant numbers would likely increase. This week North Dakota decided to join in the festivities. The spring survey results from the North Dakota Game and Fish Department found that there is some cause for celebrations.

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15
A new assistant director in South Dakota for Pheasants Forever has been named. Matt Morlock of Huron, South Dakota was the one chosen for the role. He has been employed for 12 years at “The Habitat Organization” and will not work out of Pheasants Forever’s regional headquarters in Brookings.

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12
South Dakota wouldn’t be the pheasant capital of the world if it wasn’t for the hard work and determination of those who continue to support wildlife habitat conservation efforts. The South Dakota Department of Tourism has recognized this recently and renewed its national sponsorship with Pheasants Forever.

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07
After a 76% population increase last year, it was bound to be a better hunting season than 2013. However, those involved in pheasant hunting probably didn’t realize how good the last season was going to be.

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05
At one school in Minnesota, shooting is now a recognized sport. On the trap team is Kalley Johnson. She started hunting when she accompanied her father at age four. Two years later she had a bow and arrow in hand and once shot a zebra while in Namibia.

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29
While there has been no official count as of yet, there are many at the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department who are excited at the prospect of a better pheasant population count this year.

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28
Landowners charging excessively for hunting privileges are being blamed for the slow death of small rural communities. Gary Johnson from Mekinock, N.D often travels through the rural areas of North Dakota and likes to go in and see how local communities are doing.

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25
The reason why safety is paramount on any hunting trip was recently, once again, tragically highlighted. At 10am on Saturday, June 13, 9 year old Callen Little was shot dead while pheasant hunting with his grandfather.

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23
South Dakota has a long tradition of pheasant hunting. Enthusiasts from across the country and even the world, regularly visit the state to participate in the sport each hunting season. Pheasants aren’t the only animals that can be hunted in the state, turkeys and quail are also hunted, though they aren’t as popular as pheasants.

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16
The Pheasant Bonanza Hunt Club and Kennel hosted its 3.33 mile Warrior Dash again this year. The event, which features 13 obstacles, does not require participants to train but a sense of adventure and willingness to get a little dirty is needed, as many found out.

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03
It was revealed this week by Watchdog, after an open records request, that $600,000 has been paid by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department to Pheasants Forever and Ducks Unlimited as part of a conservation partnership.

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27
Jim Meyer has raised pheasants and partridge for nearly half a century and he had thought he had been through it all. Normally, threats to his business come from the weather that knocks down bird pens and has been known to kill birds at times.

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24
South Dakota is the proud host to another chapter of Pheasants Forever. The Fort Randall Chapter of Pheasants Forever, as it is officially called, has been established with the goal to positively influence the Douglas County’s natural habitat while providing high quality and valuable educational experiences for the local youths.

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19
Paper licensing for fishing and hunting will soon be a thing of the past. North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is going paperless. This will mean that the owners of a bait store or gas station will not be able to sell licenses like they used to.

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13
There isn’t a turkey hunter out there who hasn’t had that unfortunate moment when they’ve been hunting a turkey for a while only to make the wrong move at the last second and their quarry suddenly disappears. Usually this happens when turkey hunters are inexperienced, but even those hunters with many seasons under their belt can suffer unfortunate failures.

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