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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…


Iowa Pheasants Endure Brutal Winter, Cold Wet Spring

BOONE – Iowa’s hard winter and cool, wet spring made life here difficult for pheasants. Take away places to hide from the weather or predators, and to hatch young, and life gets even more challenging. “There is no question that weather conditions this past winter and spring was bad for…


Hunters Bagged 630,000 Roosters in Iowa

DES MOINES – More than 109,000 pheasant hunters harvested 630,000 roosters in 2007, keeping Iowa among the national leaders in pheasant hunting. The harvest estimates are based on a survey of small game hunters. The 2007 pheasant harvest was a 16 percent decline from 2006, when hunters harvested nearly 750,000…


Kansas Department of Wildlife & Pards Offers Landowners $$$ For Hunting Access

Deadline July 1; payments have increased; additional prairie signup offered PRATT — Landowners interested in the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks’ (KDWP) Walk-In Hunting Access Program (WIHA) — which pays landowners to allow hunting access on their land — are reminded that the deadline for enrollment is July 1….


Wet, Cool Spring May Lead to Fall Pheasant Decline

Although it may still be a few days before hen pheasants bring their newly emerged chicks out into the open, the peak of this year’s hatch is underway. Good hunts this fall will hinge largely on how birds fare this spring. When it comes finding out how this year’s hatch…


Economic Impact of the 2007 Pheasant Hunting Season Hits Record Level

PIERRE, S.D.—The combination of 1.5 million acres of marginal cropland enrolled into the Conservation Reserve Program and favorable nesting and brood-rearing weather conditions set the stage for something special last fall in South Dakota. With the highest pre-season pheasant population since 1945, approximately 78,000 resident and 103,000 nonresident pheasant hunters…