Lansing — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ highly anticipated pheasant release program is expanding for the upcoming pheasant hunting season.
Dogs are an essential part of Game Fair with over 4,000 of them attending the event each year representing a multitude of shapes, sizes and breeds. The search was on for dogs that like pursuing
Wisconsin ruffed grouse and pheasant showed below-average counts. By contrast, the results of the spring waterfowl breeding survey indicate good numbers and excellent habitat conditions for migratory birds.
Holiday pheasant stocking expands to 25 state properties.
Robert Metropulous, of Arbor Vitae, won first place in this year’s wild turkey stamp category, Mark Kanitz, of Markesan, took first place in the pheasant design category, and Brian Kuether, of Greenfield, won the waterfowl
And quail numbers drop 36 percent from last year.
The primary regions holding pheasants ranged from up 14 percent in the southeast and up 17 percent in the northwest, to down 8 percent in the southwest, and the count in the northeast, which is
Attendees that hunted ranged in age from 14 to 91. Those hunters encountered wet fields that delayed the fall harvest, yet yielded 26 roosters during the morning hunt.
With pheasant season opening this weekend, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department is asking hunters be on the lookout for Palmer amaranth, an invasive weed that was recently identified in the state for the