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Pheasant Numbers Down, Yet Good Year Still Expected in North Dakota

North Dakota’s roadside pheasant survey conducted in late July and August revealed lower bird numbers than last year. Total pheasants and brood observations were down 31 percent statewide from last year, while average brood size was down 13 percent, according to Stan Kohn, upland game management supervisor for the state…


Pheasant Population in Minnesota Remains at 10-year Average Despite Drop in Index

Despite a cool, wet spring that caused a 24-percent drop in Minnesota’s pheasant index, the estimated number of pheasants in Minnesota remains at its 10-year average. “The southwest likely will provide the best opportunities for pheasant hunters,” said Kurt Haroldson, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wildlife research biologist. “Minnesota’s…


Preliminary Results of Upland Game Bird Brood Production in Wisconsin Present Mixed Picture

MADISON — Variable spring weather and habitat conditions in Wisconsin in 2008 created conditions for upland game bird brood rearing that were slightly cooler and much wetter than in 2007, according to analysis of annual game brood surveys conducted by state wildlife biologists around the state. Cool and very wet…


Annual Survey of Upland Game Begins In Iowa August 1

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) annual survey of upland game populations will soon be under way with state wildlife biologists and conservation officers driving more than 200, 30-mile routes statewide from August 1-15. The August Roadside Survey, as it is called, is the DNR’s main tool for determining…


DEM Seeks Information on Wild Turkey Brood Sightings

PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management is asking Rhode Islanders to assist its Division of Fish and Wildlife’s wild turkey project by reporting any sightings of wild turkey hens with or without broods of young turkeys, known as poults. DEM biologists need the information to evaluate this year’s reproduction…