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06
Recently, conservation advocates gathered to strategize on how they could engage hunters in a broad coalition to protect North Dakota’s hunting heritage. The habitat which hunters rely on and conservationists are dedicated to protecting is under threat from the developments of energy production in the area - namely oil drilling.

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05
After years in the making the Agricultural Act of 2014, often referred as the farm bill, became law when on Wednesday 12th February President Obama officially signed it off. Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever have both praised President Obama for his action as well as the support that has been received in the House and Senate.

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27
We all know that the habitat for pheasants is shrinking and that the population of the much prized bird has dropped by around 68%.

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26
From the 14 February until the 16 February, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever hosted its annual National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This was the first time that the city has had the honour of hosting the largest US event for upland hunters, wildlife habitat conservationists and bird dog owners.

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25
It is not often that a group of such diversity would be involved in such a harmonious event. However, the group established after Gov. Daugaard’s pheasant habitat summit seems to have established solidarity that is set to become a valuable foundation.

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25
There has not been a lot of good news recently when it comes to pheasant hunting, especially in the North and South Dakota areas. In some estimates the number of birds has dropped by 68%; however those numbers could have been inaccurate with late roosting hens not included in the count. The drop has been blamed on the weather and the reduction in the land provided for these birds.

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24
Pheasant hunters benefited from an extended period of hunting this pas January. The Illinois Department of Natural Resource’s (IDNR) made the decision to extend the hunting season. Hunters could go hunting for an extra three days at Eldon Hazlet State Recreation Area in Clinton County and Wayne Fitzgerrell State Recreation Area in Franklin and Jefferson Counties. Previously the date for the last hunting was Thursday 9th January, but it has was extended until Sunday 12th January.

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23
South Dakota is a place that has changed significantly over the past 150 years since the first horse-drawn plow worked the land.

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23
A change in the way that farmers are managing their crops and land, has lead to an 86 percent drop in the number of wild Nebraska pheasants since 1960s. A slightly smaller, yet still significant drop has been seen in Iowa, where the population has dropped 63 percent since their heights of the 1970’s.

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17
When the US House of Representatives gave final approval and passed the farm bill, more than two dozen conservation groups showed their appreciation.

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15
The 2013 pheasant season had a negative vibe.

States like Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and others have all reported down seasons.

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12
Even though their numbers aren’t anything compared to the South or North Dakota, Wisconsin Pheasant hunters have had an excellent season.

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11
It has been a tough year for the pheasant hunters this year. Reports in South Dakota that the numbers of wild pheasants were down by 64% has put furth...

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10
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is doing its part of promoting the sport, by creating beginner workshops starting early in 2014.

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09
The Pennsylvania Game Commission plans to stock another 9,000 birds in the late season Pheasant was put on hold. This number was lower than expected as 2,400 birds were being treated for an outbreak of avian cholera.

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04
Five states, 2,000 miles, three men, three dogs and one message—save the disappearing pheasant habitat.

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03
Including Utah and Wyoming, there are a total of 19 states that stock pheasants.

Colorado officials are considering the option as a way to boost hunter participation in the state.

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15
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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13
California isn’t typically known for having world-class pheasant hunting, but one local conservation organization is making sure upland bird hunters have a safe place to pursue ring-necked pheasants.

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12
Bad news, good news and more good news for pheasant hunters in South Dakota.

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