Quail Forever completed 1,805 wildlife habitat projects and improved habitat for quail, pheasants and other wildlife on 202,630 acres in 2014.
Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever improved habitat for quail, pheasants, and other upland wildlife on more than 30,000 acres in Missouri in 2014.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever improved habitat for pheasants and other upland wildlife on more than 39,000 acres in Iowa in 2014.
Pheasants Forever, the Polk County Conservation Board, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have partnered on the acquisition of the Kal-Den Farms property near Elkhart, Iowa.
14 projects benefiting ruffed grouse and American woodcock habitat in Wisconsin have been selected by the RGS and its sister organization the AWS to receive $63,755.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce that it has closed the deal on seven different land projects in four states that permanently protect and conserve 10,565 acres of elk habitat.
Tennessee residents are making a positive impact for wildlife habitat conservation with the formation of the state’s newest Quail Forever chapter.
The Oregon FWC approved the acquisition of two parcels of land in the Willamette Valley that will provide important fish and wildlife habitat as well as outdoor recreation opportunities.
Grants totaling $451,042 provided by the RMEF will fund more than three dozen habitat enhancement, research, hunting heritage and other conservation outreach projects across the state of Montana.
Coaches and participants from scholastic shooting teams across Langlade County have formed the newest chapter of Pheasants Forever.
fficially known as the Park High River Valley Roosters, the new chapter becomes the sixth active high school Pheasants Forever chapter in the nation.
The WDFW is excited to announce it has partnered with Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Cowiche Canyon Conservancy, and Washington Department of Ecology to secure 2,893 acres of wildlife habitat.
The Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) has approved approximately $30 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California.
Quail Forever is excited to announce that dedicated conservationists and hunters recently formed a new Quail Forever chapter in southwestern Oklahoma.
The CDFW has announced that state and federal wildlife managers have began preparing the habitat for migrating birds affected by the current drought.