Looking out over the cut milo field, we could see pheasants milling about for food. Mother Nature had laid out a new white canvas overnight.
Over two picturesque Saturday mornings in November, junior hunters took to the fields of Montour and Northumberland counties to pursue pheasant roosters.
With hunting seasons drawing near, the department plans to distribute the 4,000 birds typically released there each season in a new way.
South Dakota GFP has completed the annual pheasant brood survey and the results show a significant decrease in the statewide PPM index from 2016.
After several years of intensive habitat improvement to support wild pheasants, four dozen junior hunters now will have the opportunity to swing.
Training dogs on small game will be prohibited on state game lands for about three weeks in the fall, based on a measure that serves to keep pheasants near.
Hunters in Pennsylvania who pursue pheasants will need to purchase a pheasant permit in addition to a general hunting license in the 2017-18 license year.
Two programs enabling Pennslyvania groups, individuals to raise pheasants for release in their local areas have come to an end.
The PGC today announced plans to close two pheasant farms – the Western Game Farm in Crawford County, Northcentral Game Farm in Lycoming County.
While the opening weekend of pheasant season is a highly-anticipated tradition, it may not provide the best hunting of the year.
Kansas is known nationally for its spectacular pheasant and quail hunting, but the true icon of this prairie state is the greater prairie chicken.
The event will represent the nation’s largest convention for upland hunters, landowners, sporting dogs, and wildlife habitat conservationists.
The second weekend of November brings a popular tradition for many families in California – the opening of pheasant season.
More than 15,000 ring-necked pheasants will be released at 24 Ohio public hunting areas this fall to provide additional hunting opportunities across the state.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) has completed the annual pheasant brood survey and the results show a 20 percent decrease in the statewide pheasants-per-mile (PPM) index from 2015.
Pheasants Forever is set to make an impact in the state of Hawaii with the organization’s first chartered chapter on the Big Island.
Recognizing the importance of wildlife habitat conservation which supports South Dakota’s economy and status as “The Pheasant Capital of the World,” South Dakota Tourism has renewed sponsorship.
Officially titled as the Mid-Dakota Chapter of Pheasants Forever, local volunteers are focusing on wildlife habitat conservation efforts in Brule County.
Pheasant hunters in eastern Iowa have revived one of the state’s oldest and most successful Pheasants Forever chapters to support a growing pheasant population in the region.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission adopted a comprehensive pheasant management plan at its meeting April 22 in Chadron.