- Where do pheasants go?
- Game Commission wildlife biometrician Josh Johnson said about 5,500 of the 215,266 pheasants stocked last fall were banded before release on public lands. Some of the bands carried a $100 reward if reported, and banded birds were released in all 22 ...
- Dead pheasants left to rot in a field after a day's shooting at country estate
- Shooting enthusiasts like to justify their sport by saying they are simply bagging birds for the pot. But this pile of dead pheasants left to rot in a field tells a different story.
- Pheasants Forever chapter gears up for annual banquet March 18
- Nobles County Pheasants Forever Board Member Austin DeWitte (left) and President Scott Rall display the hardware the chapter and Rall were awarded at the state Pheasants Forever program in January. The Nobles County Pheasants Forever Banquet is ...
- Nebraska State Game and Parks Plan Aims to Boost, Sustain Pheasants
- Nebraska is going all in for pheasants. State Game and Parks commissioners approved the concept of an ambitious five-year plan Thursday designed to provide the best hunting experiences possible for the largest number of people — and simultaneously ...
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